Keystone Human Services Brings a Global Conversation about Inclusion to Harrisburg, PA
"I became an advocate because I need to advocate for people who are still living in institutions," said Diana Zgherea, an advocate from Moldova who spoke on the panel at the June Summit. Keystone Human Services convened the June Summit immediately following the UN's Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). The Summit brought a global conversation about inclusion to the Harrisburg, PA area, with panelists from Australia, Peru, Moldova, and the US sharing their personal stories. The June Summit workshops on June 18-19 by the Council for Intellectual Disability and the pre-conference workshop by Inclusion International gave people with disability the opportunity to network and learn about global human rights, inclusion, and advocacy.