About 85 million persons with disabilities live in Latin America and the Caribbean today. They comprise a highly heterogeneous population but share a common history of invisibility and exclusion…

Anna Wellenstein, Maria Elena García Mora |

According to the World Health Organization, approximately 15% of the global population has some form of disability.

Mira Lilian Gupta, Raymond Kirwa, Simone Balog-Way, Mari Koistinen |

Young people can be phenomenal agents in responding to the pandemic risks by leveraging partnership opportunities across governments and civil society frameworks, technology and expertise to…

Mohamed Mire |

Our mission is to promote the full participation of learners with disabilities in education. It is not an easy task. But it is the right of all learners with disabilities.

Jaime Saavedra, Hanna Alasuutari, Sophia D' Angelo |

Digital jobs are opening up important new work opportunities for youth with disabilities in developing countries. The COVID‒19 pandemic has accelerated the expansion of jobs which offer…

Namita Datta, Sunamika Singh |

Making data and statistics more inclusive in developing countries

Sophie Mitra |

Creating an inclusive ID system requires a comprehensive, whole-of-system approach to overcome barriers to ID enrollment and use for persons with disabilities.

Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Vyjayanti T Desai |

In Nepal, children with disabilities face serious obstacles. Only about 50% of schools in Nepal are providing some form of remote teaching-learning support to children with disabilities.

Maya Sherpa, Cristian Aedo, Karthika Radhakrishnan-Nair |

It is critical to leverage lessons from the pandemic for learners with disabilities and rethink how all learners can benefit from good pedagogical practices which utilize principles of Universal…

Hanna Alasuutari, Quentin Wodon |

Persons with disabilities are poorer, less educated and are excluded from many socioeconomic opportunities.

Maria Elena García Mora, Maria González de Asis |