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Francesca Martinez Jul 25
Dear UK Govt, Maybe before you host a , you should stop killing disabled people. And address being found guilty by the UN of 'grave and systematic violations of disabled people’s rights' due to welfare reform. Just a thought, Francesca
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Siân Wynne Jul 25
Great to see commitment to ending orphanages & protecting & realising the rights of children with disabilities. Its high time these related issues were addressed together, and head on, so that the most marginalised children are seen and heard.
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Helen Alderson Jul 24
The draws to a close. “When people with disabilities are included, great things happen!” Many inspiring moment, many commitments. Let’s keep up the momentum!
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World Bank Gov Aug 5
The cost of exclusion of people with disabilities is too high -> 3-7% of GDPs in developing countries. At , we eradicate poverty + boost prosperity & we'll do it through Inclusive projects, Inclusive Data, Inclusive World Bank
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DFID Inclusive Oct 24
The was held in July, raising global attention and mobilising action for disability inclusion around the world. You can now access the official readout here:
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Gracie Samuels #GTTO 🌹 Jul 25
I'm 66 and a lifelong Labour supporter and I just want you to know Over the past few years when the Tories started their attacks on the poor and disabled I know how JC voted, how did you vote Ms Hodge?
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Toucan Diversity Jul 25
Toucan’s objective is to educate and increase awareness of the issues which affect people with disabilities. Our next Disability Equality Training with Madissa Asgari is on 18/10/2018. To book please see the link below:
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Amina J Mohammed Jul 24
We need to step up disability inclusion in implementation. for all to commit to the Charter for Change. While Governments must lead, transformation requires the efforts of all of society. Read:
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Penny Mordaunt MP Jul 26
Just one of the new initiatives coming out of the - supporting new start ups and aiming to reach an additional 500 million people with assistive tech by 2030. Get in touch if you or your enterprise wants to be involved.
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Fiach🇵🇰🇬🇧 Aug 16
🗣 It is estimated that more than 1 billion of our fellow human beings around🌍have some form of disability Great article with reflections from CEO Caroline Harper on Global - ✊🏽 📰
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Rwanda Aid Aug 1
Interesting article discussing the difficulties faced by girls with disabilities. We must strive to make the necessary changes.
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Ken Bluestone Jul 24
Recognising that rights applies to people of all ages is essential for building a more inclusive society and is also being discussed now in the UN on Ageing - more leadership from and is necessary
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DPAC Jul 25
Watch and share : John McDonnell: Solidarity to DPAC and the campaign they are waging
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CBM UK Jul 26
Our Policy Manager highlights some of the key asks made at the in London this week & cautions “this summit needs to be the start of something, not simply the destination of months of hard work”
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AmplifyChange Jul 25
"We can excel!" - Safia Nalule Juuko (HURIWD) calls upon persons with disabilities to be SRHR & gender at the . Great to see grantees supporting movements for change: here's HURIWD and Ghana Federation of Disability Organisations.
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I4ID Tanzania Aug 15
Children need a common language to communicate, to get anything out of schooling. Excited to be working with to support MoEST Chavita and others to strengthen use of in schools
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Georgette Mulheir Jul 24
Imagine not being allowed to have a job because you have a disability. Please watch and share this shocking new video as the hosts its first ever Global . This is why to end the stigma around disability.
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Restless SierraLeone Jul 24
'Because we KNOW disability does not need to be a barrier'
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الوليد للإنسانية Jul 25
We believe in empowering all young people. We must work to secure inclusive education and employment for disabled people all over the world, ensuring they have the tools they need to thrive.
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Nicky Clark Jul 25
Hey as a Global is going on I just wondered why severely learning disabled people like my daughter are expected to fund their 3-1 carers from their disability benefits? Not really a model to be proud of Is it legal
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