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YouTube channel launched for people with disabilities in Russia

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A YouTube channel has launched to broadcasts success stories of persons with disabilities in Russia, according to the Social Information Agency

The series ‘People Who Can’ will broadcast on people with disabilities who have achieved success in various fields of activity, such as sports, business, and social events.

The goal of the project is to demonstrate how a person with a disability can overcome difficulties and achieve his goal if desired.

The project will be attended by both those who were born with developmental disabilities, and those who got disabilities at a conscious age. Broadcasts can be watched on the ANO YouTube channel “Access is Open.”

The first broadcast will take place on June 15. Its participants will be a successful entrepreneur from Israel, Damir Miller, and a public figure from Russia, Mikhail Kiselev. Damir is the creator of the first international service, where people with disabilities can choose countries and travel routes. Mikhail is the head of the youth organization, Russian Student Squads.

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