Resources & learning

At Inclusive Futures, we produce evidence that helps the global development community to deliver better outcomes for people with disabilities.

We carry out research and compile learnings from our programmes into resources that development professionals and governments can use to become disability inclusive. We also use and build on existing knowledge, drawing on formal and informal sources and the lived experience of people with disabilities.

Here you can explore research, learning and evidence from our work in health, education and employment. You can also find resources on tackling stigma and discrimination, reaching women and girls, building partnerships and working collaboratively with disability organisations.

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Our resources and learning hubs

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Reaching women and girls with disabilities

What works in involving women and girls with disabilities in development and humanitarian projects.
Visit the gender resource hub

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Inclusive sexual and reproductive health

Practical steps for including people with disabilities in family planning information and services.
Visit the SRHR resource hub

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Tackling stigma and discrimination

Using social behaviour change to tackle negative stereotypes and promote disability inclusion.
Download the learning brief

Four women smile while standing ni the reception area of Letshego Microfinance Bank, with branded logos on the blue and yellow walls behind them.

Inclusive employment and livelihoods

Tools and resources for including people with disabilities in economic empowerment programmes.
Visit the livelihoods resource hub

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The Disability-Confident Employers’ Toolkit

Practical guidance for leaders, HR executives and property managers to foster inclusive workspaces.
Download the toolkit

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Labour market assessments

Analysis and opportunities for inclusion of people with disabilities in work. Features countries in Africa and Asia.
Read the assessments on Source

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Partnerships with disability organisations

What works in building meaningful partnerships between INGOs and organisations of people with disabilities.
Read the guide

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Increasing impact through collaborative alliances

How building partnerships with local authorities and disability organisations can further disability inclusion.
Read the learning brief

Two reports - one called A disability inclusive approach to COVID-19. The other is called How have people with disabilities experienced the pandemic in Bangladesh? And sits open to the first page.

Learning from COVID-19

The impact of the pandemic and how people with disabilities can be better supported in the future. Read reports from our partners.
Read the reports

Read about our successes and challenges

News and opinions

Resources from Inclusive Futures partners


Led by Social Development Direct, the Disability Inclusion Helpdesk provides evidence of what works in disability inclusion to the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
Visit the Disability Inclusion Helpdesk


Programme for Evidence to Inform Disability Action (PENDA) evaluates which of our inclusion interventions have the greatest impact on the lives of people with disabilities.


Source is an international online resource centre on disability and inclusion and where much of Inclusive Futures’ evaluation and learning documents can be found.
Visit Source

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Our learning library

The database showcases all the resources produced by Inclusive Futures on disability inclusive development. You can download reports, tools and evidence.

You can contact us if you need more information about any of the resources.

Visit the learning library