After raising the issue of Tehran’s Wall 47, located on the western side of District 12 City Park, on the “Good People of the City” live show and the exceptional sensitivity of the “Parsineh” Telegram channel and the widespread broadcast of news on various Telegram channels and reputable media, Tehran Municipality District 12 got informed about the issue and after a few days of consultation, painted and repaired the walls in an admirable action and returned them to us. The walls are now ready for operation.I find it necessary to thank the officials of Municipality District 12 who kept their…
PEJOURNAL - Ms. Kimber Bialic, the Executive Project Manager at Inclusion International, has invited the president of the National Down Syndrome Foundation of Iran, Dr. Azadeh Abbaszadeh, to join Inclusion International and start working for the organization regarding her research papers and backgrounds. Inclusion International is an international organization working on the rights of people with disabilities. It has operating branches in all five continents, interacts very closely with the United Nations, and is among the top three international organizations working on the rights of people with disabilities.
To the CEO of Google"""Mr. Sundar Pichai"""; The World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st comes in less than two weeks. This is a very important day for us and a significant part of the world's population. Coronavirus and 2020 have taught us great lessons and one of the most important ones may be that our planet, “Earth”, more than anything needs goodness, being good, and staying good. We would like to ask you, as the CEO of Google, to add “mismatched colored socks”, which is a universally accepted sign for World Down Syndrome Day to Google’s main logo on…
PEJOURNAL - A group of communities and societies wrote a letter to Amazon website management in favour and support of down syndrome community. The text is as follow: Ban Amazon sellers inciting Down Syndrome hate speech Dear AmazonAs you are aware, many people from the Down Syndrome Community have contacted Amazon repeatedly to remove offensive products inciting hate speech against people who have Down Syndrome, which is also against the UN declaration of human rights. Thank you for removing the products after receiving our complaints. What we would like now is for you to find a way to stop these…