Paris Disability Month: the program on the 12th

Paris Disability Month provides a time for information, discussion and exchange on this topic. Discover the program in District 12.

Throughout the month of June there will be activities to mobilize citizens, awareness, sports for people with disabilities, shows, exhibitions and guided tours.

The aim is to give a voice to the people involved and bring together actors from the world of disability to imagine a more inclusive society together.

Program

Every Friday / 19:00 to 21:00 – Cafeteria signature (free)

Exchanges between women who know how to sign in French Sign Language led by the association Women Deaf and Solidary Citizens (chosen mix, accessible only in French Sign Language).

On? : Paris House of Women – 163 rue de Charenton, 75012 Paris

June 1 and June 8/11 am – 12 noon – Introduction to tennis for young people and adults with mental and mental disabilities (free upon registration)

An initiation by a teacher trained in a pleasant atmosphere and fun activities (possible racket loan), offered by RNS Tennis.

On? : Alain Mimoun Stadium – 15 rue de la Nouvelle Calédonie, 75012 Paris

June 9 / 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and June 25 / 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. – Story time in sign language (free admission subject to availability)

Get carried away by the children’s stories, tales and children’s songs told by the librarians.

On? : June 9 at the Hélène Berr Media Library – 70 rue de Picpus, 75012 Paris, and June 25 at the Saint-Eloi Library, 23 rue du Colonel Rozanoff, 75012 Paris

June 9 / 18.00-19.30 – Sing sign songs in sign language! (30 euros per session)

A fun way to learn how to sign in to LSF with Sol Lucet Omnibus!

On? : el Bocal – 13 rue Eugénie Eboué, 75012 Paris

June 10 / 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm – Debate lecture with Mathilde Blézat, journalist and author (free and accessible, LSF interpreters)

Exchanges on the topic “What is feminist self-defense?” with Mathilde Blézat, author of the essay “For feminist self-defense” and the book “Our body, ourselves”, organized by the association Femmes Sourdes Citoyennes et Solidaires, in collaboration with the Saint-Eloi library.

On? : Saint-Eloi Library, 23 rue du Colonel Roznanoff, 75012 Paris

June 11 / 14:00 to 18:00 – Bibliopi celebrates 2022! (FREE ENTRANCE)

The new edition of the celebration of the 5 deaf libraries of the City of Paris takes place this year in the Saint-Eloi library, in the avant-garde outdoors and in the newly renovated spaces! You are all invited to this always cheerful and festive day! Full program here

On? : Saint-Eloi Library, 23 rue du Colonel Roznanoff, 75012 Paris

June 16 / 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm – School violence: discussion time between parents (reservation by e-mail)

The Rendez-vous Parents parisiens are discussion groups between parents and workshops offered by speakers from the École des Parents to address the issue of school violence. This group will be led by Sara Biasetto, trainer, psychologist and parenting consultant. Sign up at this address: library[bibliotheque.saint-eloi puis paris.fr après le signe @]dhr.fnvag-rybv@cnevf.se[que.saint-eloi puis paris.fr après le signe @]. More information

On? : Saint-Eloi Library, 23 rue du Colonel Roznanoff, 75012 Paris

June 18/10 am – 12:30 pm – Literary meetings: performances around LSF (free admission, subject to availability)

Come proclaim your texts aloud or in sign language and listen to the choices of librarians! More information

On? : Saint-Eloi Library, 23 rue du Colonel Roznanoff, 75012 Paris

June 24/5 pm-9pm – Ten-word caravan (free)

Restoration of the “Caravan of 10 words” project carried out since January 2022 in 12 medical and social establishments, Paris Anim Centers and associations (exhibition, theater, music, dance, etc.), organized by the Compagnie des Toupies.

On? : children’s street – rue bignon, 75012 Paris

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