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Manitoba Access Awareness Week (MAAW) is celebrated annually to raise awareness of the barriers people with disabilities face that affect their full participation in society and to promote the removal of these barriers. Public events provide disability awareness training and promote leadership among organizations and businesses to make Manitoba a more inclusive society.
MAAW 2014 highlights included:
MAAW is organized through the shared efforts of a number of organizations. Organizations represented on the Steering Committee in 2014 include: Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities; Community Living Winnipeg; Canadian Centre on Disability Studies; Reaching Equality Employment Services; Vision Impaired Resource Network; Canadian National Institute for the Blind; Muscular Dystrophy Canada (Manitoba Division); City of Winnipeg Access Advisory Committee; Society for Manitobans with Disabilities; Rossburn Age-Friendly Community Committee and the.
How do I become involved?
For further information, please contact: Colleen Watters, MAAW Coordinator