Disability as a Diversity Issue

By fostering a culture of diversity — the capacity to appreciate and value individual differences — we all benefit. Although the term is often used to refer to differences such as ethnicity, gender, age and religion, diversity also encompasses the infinite range of individuals' unique attributes, experiences, and abilities. By embracing disability as a natural part of diversity, we enhance our own self-awareness and knowledge of the world around us. It’s about accepting and celebrating the infinite dimensions of diversity inherent in all of us.

Why Is Disability Missing From the Discourse on Diversity?

Disability as Diversity: A Thematic Approach

Defining Disability Diversity in Society