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Niagara Falls lit up purple to celebrate the launch of WeThe15, a new human rights movement to represent the world’s 1.2 billion persons with disabilities. Launched ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, WeThe15 aims to end discrimination towards persons with disabilities and act as a global movement publicly campaigning for disability visibility, inclusion, and accessibility. It brings together the biggest coalition ever of international organizations from the worlds of sport, human rights, policy, business, arts, and entertainment.
Photo: Canadian Paralympic Committee

Toronto & Niagara Falls, Ont., August 20, 2021 – The CN Tower and Niagara Falls were among more than 125 iconic global landmarks illuminated purple on August 19 to celebrate the international launch of WeThe15. 

The Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square was also lit up purple.

Media can access images HERE. PhotocreditCanadian Paralympic Committee.

For further information about WeThe15 please visit WeThe15.org and follow @WeThe15 on Instagram and Twitter

Media Contacts
Nicole Watts
Manager, Public Relations
Canadian Paralympic Committee
nwatts@paralympic.ca / 613-462-2700

Philip Dorward
IPC Head of Communications
International Paralympic Committee
philip.dorward@paralympic.org