Framing perceptions: an exhibition

Stories of empowered lives and the impact of exclusion

There are over one billion people – 15 per cent of the world’s population – living with a disability. In many countries, they are the most excluded and stigmatised of all groups. This needs to change: persons with disabilities must have a say in the decisions that affect their lives, and the chance to fulfil their potential and contribute to their communities.

In 2015 that chance has never been closer. To echo the ‘leave no one behind’ mantra of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) process, Framing Perceptions focuses on people who have historically been left out of the picture of international development.

Manju, an Indian woman with a disability, sits and thinks.

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