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2015 was an extraordinary year for exchange programs. Take a look at some of our favorite moments. Apply for an exchange program in 2016 exchanges.state.gov
David Wagner’s visit is a testament to the advancement and continued work by the State Department to provide access for all.
Check out a bit from comedian Josh Blue's act and hear Seychellois disability rights advocate and IVLP participant Naddy Zialor's reaction to the performance.
Comedians Josh Blue and Shannon DeVido opened the 25/40 event Celebrating the ADA 25th and VSA 40th Anniversaries with a stand-up comedy performance.
The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs is committed to including people with disabilities as exchange program participants and to advancing disability rights in the United States and abroad.
A delegation of 8 Mongolian disability rights advocates, including the Minister of Population and Development, Members of Parliament, and representatives of civil society, visited the U.S. on a Professional Fellows On-Demand exchange program to learn about the Americans With Disabilities Act.
What are international exchange programs? We asked our social media communities to tell us what our exchange programs mean to them. Tag your thoughts with #ExchangesAre
During a 3-week program entitled “Wounded Warriors Assistance,” a group of two doctors, a psychologist, a journalist, and a disabled veteran, focused their studies on veteran care.
State Department and U.S. Embassy Brasilia focused its Sports Visitor program on people with disabilities.
Watch how Museums Connect's emPOWER Parents program created a cross-cultural network for parents of children with an autism spectrum disorder between Queens, NY and Madrid, Spain to provide support and resources.