Many of our videos were recorded at the Claiming Full Citizenship conference held in Vancouver from October 15 - 17, 2015. This event, which explored topics like self-determination, personalization and individualized funding, attracted more than 500 stakeholders from around the world. The conference was the impetus for this site to become a vehicle to share information about how human services can be transformed so they become more responsive. Other website videos feature citizens and professionals discussing various topics on citizenship including how we can advance citizenship opportunities for everyone.
transforming human services so people with intellectual, physical and psycho-social disabilities and seniors can live as
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How videos are organized
RBSP works in partnership with the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship
to support full inclusion and citizenship for all citizens.
Romance, Relationships and Rights (May 2019) confronts misconceptions about adults with intellectual disabilities. Audiences are challenged to think differently about how we value, respect, and support self-advocates' rights to romance and intimate relationships. The production is based on research by the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship and was co-created with self-advocates supported by the Community Living Society in British Columbia, Canada.
Romance, Relationships and Rights:
A Community Creation
This short film introduces the community theatre production Romance, Relationships and Rights.
This performance was created by and with self-advocates.
Romance, Relationships and Rights: Theatre for Social Change
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> Interviews with conference presenters and participants
> Conference plenary presentations
> Videos produced or suggested by website visitors
> Individual perspectives on citizenship and system change
COVID 19 UPDATE
We have not created new content due to the pandemic. We expect
this situation to change when a vaccine has been distributed more widely and travel conditions to improve to a safe level.
We would like to thank the Community Living Society for hosting this website.