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Transnational Representation: Canada and the Founding of Disabled Peoples’ International, 1981
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Present day logo for the Council for Canadians with Disabilities (CCD), formerly known as the Coalition of Provincial Organizations of the Handicapped (COPOH).
Disabled Peoples' International First World Congress, 1981
Original banner logo for DPI, from the header of a 1982 document.
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.
DPI Certificate of Incorporation in Canada, 1981
Logo for Disabled Peoples’ International.
DPI World Council, Tokyo, 1985
DPI World Council, Tokyo, 1985. From left to right: Senator Eita Yashiro, Japan; Henry Enns, Canada; Tambo Camara, Mauritania.
Enns Speech, Singapore, 1981
DPI First Assembly, Singapore, 1981. From left to right: Bengt Lindqvist, Sweden; Henry Enns, Canada; Jacqueline Careras, Argentina.
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.
HCK Modern Logo
Present day logo for the Funktionsrätt Sverige [Swedish Disability Rights Federation], formerly the Handicappförbundens centralkommitté (HCK) from 1972 through 1993.