COVID-19 has shown the need for systems to accommodate the new risks we face. Why not take the opportunity to build them back in a way that is inclusive?
Inclusive Futures, a consortium of 16 global partner organisations advocating for disability inclusion, launched its new website on 20 July.
In 2018 the UK and Kenya co-hosted the first-ever global disability summit. We look back at what has been achieved in the two years since.
Linsey Winter shares how the Inclusive Data Charter is helping to accelerate action on collecting and using data that includes everyone.
Sightsavers’ Equal World campaign has handed in a 25,276-signature petition to the UN and its member states, calling for the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic to be inclusive of disability rights.
National news bulletins in Nigeria will include sign language interpretation from July 2020, following advocacy from Sightsavers.
Sightsavers has identified focus areas for influencing the government and donor agencies to protect people with disabilities from the adverse impacts of COVID-19.
As part of the SDGs implementation project in India, an innovative disability inclusion scorecard was created that has led to remarkable results.
We've made great progress towards a disability-inclusive society - the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals is a chance to further this agenda.