Re: Promotional videos.
Dear Madames/ Sirs .
On July 10, 2018, I joined a social movement called "Overcome" - Transparent Disabled(in Hebrew: תנועת "נתגבר"-נכים שקופים).
In our movement we try to promote the rights of the transparent disabled, ie: people like me who suffer from serious illnesses and disabilities, and at the same time suffer from the denial of social rights on a very large scale due to the fact that their disability or illness has no obvious external features.
We would like to know if you can help us by producing videos about us and uploading them to the Internet - thus trying to improve our visibility on the web and in this way promote the goals of our movement.
115 Costa Rica Street,
Entrance A-Apartment 4,
ISRAEL Zip code: 9662592.
my phone numbers: at home-972-2-6427757.
post Scriptum. 1) My ID number: 029547403.
2) My e-mail addresses: email@example.com
3) The current director of the "Get Over" movement, who is also the movement's founder, is Mrs. Tatiana Kaduchkin. Her phone number is 972-52-3708001 - and you can contact her at this number on Sundays to Thursdays between 11: 00-20: 00 - except for Jewish holidays and various Israeli holidays. Tatiana speaks, apart from Hebrew, also Russian at a very high level of mother tongue. I do not know the level of her knowledge of other languages.
4) Below is a link to our movement's website:
5) Here are some explanatory words about our movement, as they appeared in the press:
Tatiana Kaduchkin, an ordinary citizen, decided to form the "Overcome" movement with the help of what she calls the "Transparent Disabled."
So far, about 500 people from all over the State of Israel have gathered for its movement.
In an interview with the Channel 7 Diary, she talks about the project and those disabled people who do not receive proper and sufficient assistance from the relevant parties, just because they are transparent. According to her, the disabled population can be divided into two groups: disabled people with wheelchairs and disabled people without wheelchairs. She defines the second group as "transparent disabled" because she says they do not receive the same services as the disabled with a wheelchair receive, even though they are defined as having 75-100 percent disability. These people, she explains, cannot make a living on their own, and they need the extra services that the disabled with wheelchairs are entitled to. For example, the transparent disabled receive a low disability pension from the National Insurance Institute, do not receive certain supplements such as special services allowance, escort allowance, mobility allowance and they also receive a lower allowance from the Ministry of Housing.
According to a study conducted by Kaduchkin, these transparent disabled people are hungry for bread despite the attempt to claim that in Israel in 2016 there are no people hungry for bread.
The study she conducted also states that the suicide rates among them are high. In the movement she founded, she works to include the transparent disabled on waiting lists for public housing. This is because she says they do not usually enter these lists even though they are supposed to be eligible. She holds quite a few meetings with Knesset members and even participates in meetings and discussions of relevant committees in the Knesset, but she says those who are able to help do not listen and the listeners are in opposition and therefore cannot help. She is now calling on more and more "transparent" disabled people to join her, to contact her so that she can help them.
In her opinion, if the situation continues as it is today, there will be no escape from a demonstration of the disabled who will claim their rights and the basic conditions for their livelihood.
6) Here are some links to my profiles on various social networks:
7)Since our movement is a movement of disabled, hard-working people who are quite often forced to decide between buying medicines and buying basic foodstuffs - it is clear that this situation does not exist, nor will we be able to have any advertising budget in the foreseeable future. This must be taken into account.