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Transnational Representation: Canada and the Founding of Disabled Peoples’ International, 1981
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Collection: Transnational Representations Images
RI Canada Stamp
Canada postage stamp issued in May 1980 in recognition of the upcoming Fourteenth World Congress of Rehabilitation International planned for June in Winnipeg.
DPI First Assembly, Singapore, 1981
DPI First Assembly, Singapore, 1981. From left to right: Liam Maguire, Irish Republic; Tambo Camara, Mauritania; Henry Enns, Canada; Unknown; Al Simson, COPOH Canada.
Henry Enns and Jim Derksen, Singapore, 1981
Henry Enns (left) and Jim Derksen (right), DPI First Assembly, Singapore, 1981
Enns Speech, Singapore, 1981
DPI First Assembly, Singapore, 1981. From left to right: Bengt Lindqvist, Sweden; Henry Enns, Canada; Jacqueline Careras, Argentina.
DPI World Council, Tokyo, 1985
DPI World Council, Tokyo, 1985. From left to right: Senator Eita Yashiro, Japan; Henry Enns, Canada; Tambo Camara, Mauritania.
ILC Funding Announcement
Funding Announcement for ILC Movement. From left to right: Henry Enns, Hon. Jake Epp, Allan Simpson.
Present day logo for the Council for Canadians with Disabilities (CCD), formerly known as the Coalition of Provincial Organizations of the Handicapped (COPOH).
Logo for Disabled Peoples’ International.
Enns VS Request Form
Henry Enns submitted this job description for a Community Development Officer to the Mennonite Central Committee’s Volunteer Service program. Diane Driedger would take up the position and provide invaluable work to the new DPI organization.
Original banner logo for DPI, from the header of a 1982 document.