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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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DFID Sep 26
At July's Global , more than 320 national governments and organisations signed up to the Charter for Change. A great success - but our work is not done yet. The success of the summit will be measured in the weeks, months and years that follow.
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UNICEF Jul 24
We are proud to be a forming member of the Global Partnership for Assistive Technology. Our goal? To reach 500 million people with disabilities by 2030.
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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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UN Women Jul 24
Fight discrimination. Challenge stereotypes. Join us in supporting women and girls with disabilities to assert their rights and realize their full potential.
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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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DFID Jul 28
Great to see countries pledge firm action at the global held this week. to ensure people with disabilities are given an equal chance in life
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DFID Jul 24
International Development Secretary highlights some of the "fantastic commitments" and "key announcements" made at yesterday's
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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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Mina Mojtahedi Jul 25
Women and girls with disabilities not only face multiple discrimination in their communities but also are too often overlooked by both the gender movement and the disability rights movement.
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Marie-Claude Bibeau Jul 24
Our job as donors is to support disabled women leaders in the community and to ensure they have the tools and opportunities they need.
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Helle Thorning S Jul 24
Children with disabilities often struggle to access the education they deserve. Every last child has the right to an education. At this week’s we must ensure no one is left behind and all children are able to achieve their potential
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Judy Hamilton Jul 25
You utter hypocrite. If you really believe this, why have you taken away adapted cars from at least 51,000 disabled people who need them?
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UN Development Jul 25
Here's how -printed prosthetics is helping survivors of violence:
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DFID Myanmar Sep 25
As DFID Burma’s 1st post we are highlighting the which is currently taking place. Disability is a top priority for the UK, and DFID are supporting the government in its commitment to reduce inequalities faced by people with disabilities in .
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DFID Inclusive Sep 19
Next week at we are hosting a reception to celebrate the success of the . A brilliant opportunity to highlight amazing commitments, and set out how we will deliver them. Please email globaldisabilitysummit@DFID.gov.uk for more details
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Melissa Fleming Jul 26
Things are tough enough at the Kakuma Refugee Camp for families, and tougher still for those with disabled children. Stirring photo storytelling:
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World Bank Aug 19
. announces new commitments on disability Inclusion at the . Check it out here:
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UK in Afghanistan Jul 25
to move from words to action! Follow us this week to see how the is helping people with disabilities across our development partnerships in .
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DFID Jul 24
We've been speaking with people attending the Global to find out why they think it is so vitally important that the world step up in their fight for an inclusive society. to make sure EVERYONE is included.
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