Discover how Sightsavers’ innovations are improving the lives of people with disabilities through the Inclusive Futures programme.
The Ghana Federation of Disability Organisations (GFD) deployed observers to collect data for evidence-based advocacy for full inclusion of people with disabilities in the electoral process.
Ghana has made significant strides towards addressing disability rights. But people with disabilities are not given equal opportunities to participate in electoral processes.
Sightsavers and other organisations recently came together to share practical tips around collecting data that includes everyone.
Five women have been elected to the UN CRPD committee, answering Sightsavers’ Equal World campaign call for more diversity and gender equality.
An important election is taking place later in November that will have huge implications for the rights of people with disabilities across the world.
Meet the teams that Sightsavers partners with around the world to help them foster more disability inclusive workplaces.
It is important to ensure gender balance and equity to ensure that women have the right to a voice.
Eufémia Amela is Mozambique’s nominee for the UN disability committee: she has a physical disability after being affected by polio as a child. Hear her story and learn why she’s fighting for equality.
The report highlights the progress made since the strategy was published and shows the key lessons that have been learnt during that time.