icad

icad The International Coalition on Abuse and Disability was established in 1993 as a listserv to link researchers, advocates, and public policy makers working to control violence against people with disabilities. It currently has about 500 members in 10 countries. As of August 1, 2008, icad, will relaunch transforming itself from a listserv to a blog. While icad addresses some of the same issues as What Sorts of People, its primary focus is violence and violence prevention. I’ll include some occasional posts on the What Sorts blog linking relevant stories from the two blogs. For those who want to preview the icad blog or who are particularly interested in violence issues, the icad blog can be found at icad.wordpress.com

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