We’re working towards a future that’s disability inclusive

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Our work

Find out more about who we are and our projects in Bangladesh, Kenya, Nigeria, Nepal, Tanzania and Uganda.

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COVID-19

Our COVID-19 response programme proved that disability inclusion is possible. Our publications outline the impact of the pandemic and how we can all be more inclusive.

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Evidence and resources

Links to disability-inclusive resources and websites, including the disability-confident employers' toolkit and FCDO and Bond learning event.

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In depth

Interviews and opinion for a deeper dive into disability and development. Listen to an interview about Inclusive Futures, read about the need for innovation and why COVID-19 responses were shocking.

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Reporting on global issues at a local level through regular audio updates

In a new series of reports, our citizen reporter in Kenya speaks to people across the country to discover views about disability.

Listen to our reports

 

Meet the people that are working for an inclusive future

Our people

What makes us different?

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Scope and scale

From global to local, over a six year period, we’re bringing together experts and those with live experiences.

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Challenge and success

We’re piloting projects and being open about the challenges and successes we’ve faced along the way.

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Collaboration

We’re working directly with disabled people’s organisations and non-government organisations.

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Lasting change

We’re on a journey together towards equality.