Of these, 800 million live in developing countries where they have limited access to health care, education and employment, and often face stigma and discrimination.
Put Us in the Picture campaigns for people with disabilities in developing countries to be given the same opportunity to learn, earn and be happy as everyone else.
The campaign aligns with the UN’s Global Goals that aim to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality.
At the heart of it, our campaign is about people. If people with disabilities are properly considered when international development decisions are made, it can change lives, families and communities, and its impact is beyond measure.
Put Us in the Picture exists to fight for a future full of opportunity for the 800 million people with disabilities living in developing countries. It couldn’t be more important, and your support is essential in making it happen.
From a petition with 20,000 signatures being delivered to Downing Street to the inclusion of people with disabilities in the worldwide Global Goals, we've seen great progress since the campaign was launched – and it's campaigners like you who make it happen.What we’ve achieved