The International Network on the Disability Production Process (INDCP) is a non-profit organization based in Quebec (Canada) and is known internationally. The INDCP aims to exercise the right to equality for people with disabilities through the development and diffusion of knowledge contributing to an inclusive society. The organization advocates certain ideals that underlie that the handicap is the difficulty of doing what one wants and it changes according to the environment. Disability is when the environment does not respect differences to either, for example, educate our children, study, work or go to a show.
The mission of the organization is to promote the most appropriate response to the needs of people with disabilities and impairments through the promotion, application and development of the conceptual framework for the Human Development Model - Disability Creation Process (DCP).
To carry out its mission, the INDCP has set the following objectives:
- To develop knowledge of and expertise in the application and validation of the Human Development Model (HDM) and Disability Creation Process (DCP), which explain the causes and consequences of diseases, trauma, and other hazards to human integrity and development.
- To disseminate knowledge, research, training and the application of the HDM-DCP, as well as on the personal factors and environment factors of social participation influencing those with disabilities.
- To promote the human rights of people with disabilities in order to achieve optimal social participation in an inclusive society, to evaluate the organization models of programs and services, to adopt social policies ensuring equal opportunities and to enforce the human rights of those with disabilities.
- To set up an international network dedicated to the improvement and promotion of the HDM-DCP, which will maintain regular links with experts and organizations from the different countries involved in reviewing and applying the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) of the World Health Organization (WHO), and to develop classifications and information systems in the area of healthcare and social policy.
For more information, please visit the organization's website: www.ripph.qc.ca
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