Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

Bill of Rights and Responsibilities of People Who Stutter Preamble Established in 2000, the Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for People who Stutter is a joint project by people who stutter, professional clinicians and researchers. It provides a framework for building a more humane, just, and compassionate world for the …

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Background (Bill of Rights and Responsibilities)

The Bill of Rights and Responsibilities of people who stutter is a strong statement regarding the human rights of the millions of people who stutter worldwide. It also sets out responsibilities of pws to be resolute in increasing understanding about stuttering, in the creation of a just and compassionate world. The …

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10 Recommendations version 6

A new working committee was set up to review draft 5 and prepare a draft 6 for circulation. At the 2007 World Congress, the former ISA Chair Benny Ravid proposed that recommendations could be written and distributed to Member Associations. He appointed Thomas Krall as Chair to this committee and …

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10 Recommendations version 5

Original Draft 5 was presented to the ISA Boards for discussion. The general consensus was that Draft 5 needed some work, because of length; difficulty with the English Language; some repetition; no clear focus on what anyone should do with the recommendations. The original unedited Draft 5 can be read …

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