PHAB Integration is a movement of collective efforts from many different parties who share common belief in integration. The following website/ links will be helpful for the readers to search more information relating to the PHAB integrative concept.
|The Association for Universal Accessibility Hong Kong (AUAHK)||The Association for Universal Accessibility Hong Kong (AUAHK) is a society concerned with providing universal access in the built environment of Hong Kong. Her primary objective is to promote equity and user-friendliness in the built environment on par with international practices thereby enhancing usability.|
|Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities||Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities (Joint Council) was established in 1964, it is the umbrella body of non-governmental organizations for and of persons with disabilities in Hong Kong. The aims of the Joint Council are to promote the coordination and improvement of services and facilities for persons with disabilities, participate in policy review and formulation, conduct public education and develop new rehabilitation programmes. It also plays an important role in the local and international rehabilitation field.|
|Committee on Monitoring and Promotion of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities||Committee on Monitoring and Promotion of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is formed by representatives from different non-governmental organizations for and of persons with disabilities in Hong Kong. Her dual roles are urging the Hong Kong SAR Government to actualize the Convention into practice, and also proposing the promotion strategies and running public education projects.|
|Hong Kong Education City Inclusion Pavillion||Hong Kong Education City Inclusion Pavillion a multifunctional information resources platform geared to the needs of inclusive education development. It is a well-stocked with articles, teaching strategies and school-based experiences relating to different special educational needs (SEN), aiming to enhance the knowledge and understanding of teachers and parents about common SEN and inclusive education policies.|