Evidence and resources

Explore our evidence, research, learnings and resources about how to include people with disabilities in international development policy and programmes.

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Inclusive Futures’ programmes test what works to include people with disabilities.

We are generating new evidence, compiling our learnings and conducting research. We use and build on existing knowledge, drawing on formal and informal sources and the experience of people with disabilities.

What we learn is shared to encourage and enable others to be inclusive in their own programmes, so people with disabilities are not left behind in work, health care or education or face negative stereotyping and discrimination.

On this page you will find:

  • Key highlights from Inclusive Futures
  • Recent updates from our consortium partners
  • The Source website where Inclusive Futures work is uploaded

Interested in learning more?

Discover more Inclusive Futures funded research, evidence and learning:

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Highlights from Inclusive Futures' work

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Learning from COVID-19

The impact of the pandemic and how people with disabilities can be better supported.
Read the report

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Labour Market Assessments

Analysis and opportunities for inclusion of people with disabilities in work.
Read the assessments

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The Disability-Confident Employers’ Toolkit

Practical guidance to foster inclusive workspaces.
Download the toolkit

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Updates from Source

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