書封面
書封面

Cover

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以簡潔構圖及顏色,加上凸字效果展現書名,方便視覺有不同障礙的讀者。
以簡潔構圖及顏色,加上凸字效果展現書名,方便視覺有不同障礙的讀者。

Simply composed and coloured slipcase printed with braille conveniences visual impairer’s reading.

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隨書附送的聲音光碟收錄了由各界人士義務誦讀的內容,有助有閱讀障礙的讀者。
隨書附送的聲音光碟收錄了由各界人士義務誦讀的內容,有助有閱讀障礙的讀者。

The free compact disc with volunteers’ read-aloud makes the book audible.

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書內附有五十年來,失明人自助運動的大量珍貴歷史圖片。
書內附有五十年來,失明人自助運動的大量珍貴歷史圖片。

Valuable historical photos of blinds’ self-help movements since 50 years ago are included.

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全書由淺入深地讓讀者了解失明、失明人的需要和他們所經歷的自助運動。
全書由淺入深地讓讀者了解失明、失明人的需要和他們所經歷的自助運動。

Step by step understanding of blindness, blinds’ need and the experience of self-help movements is allowed.

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亡目無礙:香港首個殘疾人自助團體的50年記

編著:香港失明人協進會

國際書號:9789881684738

 

聲音光碟

誦讀義工:Mrs. Rachel Cartland、石建莊、
     余黎青萍、李志剛、李健裁、沈祖堯、

     周永耀、邱焱、張健宗、莊陳有、

     曾淑怡、黃培烽、蔡海偉、鄭佩秋、

     蕭偉強、蘇淑賢

監制:石建莊

製作:周永耀、蘇淑賢

紙本規格 Book specification

240 pages with Compact Disc

Two colours. Softcover.

230mm x 170mm

Traditional Chinese

Hong Kong/ Sociology

 

香港的失明人為了克服視障所帶來的岐視和偏見,在五十年前已展開自助運動,爭取平等機會和基本權利一為自己的權利發聲,為自己的前途出力。透過舉辦社交、教育及文娛活動、教育公眾、進行研究及參與政府的諮詢架構,以界定失明人的需要及提供服務、就政策事宜向政府提出建議,以及向服務機構表達意見。這些都是這五十年來香港失明人自助運動的成果。

 

《亡目無礙》記載了香港失明人協進會自1964年來,與香港視障人士一同參與這場自助運動的點點滴滴。

 

社會名人推薦:

 

「1964年,一群熱心的視障人士率先成立香港失明人協進會,積極為視障人士的幸福打拼,成為自助組織的典範。」──張建宗

 

「成立半世紀,協進會排除萬難⋯⋯展現視障人士的實力與潛能,造福香港。」──余黎青萍

 

「書中有感人肺腑的篇章,有使人讚嘆不已的故事;但更重要的,是書中每一段描述,每一則軼事,都足以對後來者起鼓勵的作用⋯⋯為此,我誠意推介這本文集給大家,並相信它能為讀者帶來很大的裨益。」──沈祖堯

 

「這本書記述了他們的奮鬥過程,讓我們這些所謂視力正常的人開了眼界,也擴闊了視野。今日的香港社會盲從附和,對政治現實視而不見,對社會不公視蒼無睹,我們實有必要向不視而見的失明人協進會學習。」──林沛理

 

香港失明人協進會

於1964年成立,是香港首個由視障人士組織及管理之自助團體,致力發揮視障人士的自助及互助精神,宗旨是實現視障人士的平等、機會和獨立。

Editor: Hong Kong Blind Union

ISBN: 9789881684738

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Audible version in Compact Disc

Read-aloud volunteers:

Mrs. Rachel Cartland, Ms. Jess Shek Kin-chong, Mrs. Helen Yu Lai Ching-ping, Mr. Alex Lee Chi-kong, Ms. Lee Kin-choi, Prof. Joseph Sung Jao-Yiu, Mr. Chow Wing-yiu, Ms. Sophia Yau-yin, Mr. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung JP, Mr. Chong Chan-yau, Ms. Tseng Suk-yi, Dr. Gary Wong Pui-fung, Mr. Chua Hoi-wai, Ms. Cheng Pui-chow, Mr. Siu Wai-kung and Ms. So Suk-yin

Producer: Ms. Jess Shek Kin-chong

Production: Mr. Chow Wing-yiu, Ms. So Suk-yin

Visual impairers in Hong Kong have been organising self-help movements for 50 years, in order to overcome discrimination and prejudice brought by the visual disability, to strike for equal opportunities and basic human rights, and to voice out and create their own future. By organising social, educational, cultural and leisure activities, public education campaigns, conducting research and being involved in government’s consultation, the Hong Kong Blind Union is able to define blinds’ needs and provide services accordingly. These self-help movements also allow the Union to provide policy recommendations to the government and opinions to service organisations. 

 

This book records little affairs of the self-help movements organised by the visual impairers together with the Hong Kong Blind Union from 1964.

 

The book is recommended by Mr. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung (Secretary for Labour and Welfare), Mrs. Helen Yu Lai Ching-ping (former Director of Education), Dr. Joseph Sung Jao-yiu (Vice-Chancellor of Chinese University of Hong Kong), Mr. Lin Peili (columnist).

Hong Kong Blind Union was established in 1964. It is the first self-help group organised and managed by people with visual impairment. It aims at promoting the spirit of self-help and mutual-help as well as striving for equality, opportunities and independence for visual impaired persons.

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