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Japan National Assembly of Disabled Peoples' International

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Welcome to DPI-Japan

What is DPI ?

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What is DPI ?

Disabled Peoples' International, or DPI in short, was founded in 1981, the International Year of Disabled Persons. DPI is a cross-disability (physical, intellectual, psychiatric and other disabilities) organization of persons with disabilities.

DPI's headquarters is located in Newfoundland, Canada and its national assemblies have been created in more than 120 countries. DPI is an International NGO which possesses consultative status of UN ECOSOC, WHO, ILO and so forth.

The goals of DPI

Promote the human rights of disabled persons

Promote economic and social integration of disabled persons

Develop and support organizations of disabled persons

Features of DPI Movement

DPI is an organization "of" persons with disabilities.

DPI is a cross-disability organization.

DPI addresses disability issues as social issues from the viewpoint of human rights.