Inclusive development

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Business, Development and inclusion of persons With disabilities

02 Dec 2016
For years business and trade has played an increasingly prominent role in Norwegian development policy. The paper discusses the role of businesses as development actors in relation to the promotion of inclusion of persons with disabilities. Report prepared by Fafo - Inger Lise Skog Hansen, mark B. Taylor and Arne Backer Grønningsæter

Tracking Inclusion in Norwegian Development Support to Global Education

16 May 2017
This report assesses Norway’s progress on the commitments made in the White Paper 25, Education for Development, on the inclusion of the needs of children With disabilitites in bilateral and multilateral Development Cooperation. The report finds that the verdict is decidedly mixed. While Norway has played an important normative role in advocating for disability inclusion in global education, it is nevertheless the case that these efforts have, thus far, resulted in few verifiable results.

Mainstreaming disability in the new development paradigm

13 Feb 2015
Evaluation of Norwegian support to promote the rights of persons with disabilities.
Mark Mapemba fra PODCAM, Malawi, på talerstolen under Statspartsmøtet i FN

Mark Mapemba, self advocate, speeks in UN state party meeting

05 Jul 2016
Mark Mapemba is a self advocate from Malawi. On June 15 he held a speech on the UN State party meeting about the rights of persons with cognitive disabilities.

Economic Empowerment of Youth With Disabilities – How to include?

04 May 2017
Welcome to workshop on May 11 at Hurdal Konferansesenter. Free buss fare from Oslo S to the Hurdal venue.

Refugees in double trouble

17 Nov 2015
Celebrating the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 4th of December 2015: Being a refugee is hard. Being a refugee with a disability is even harder. Globally there are about 8 million displaced persons with disabilities. How do we ensure the rights of refugees with disabilities? What responsibilities do we have in Norway, both at home and nationally? Why do people who need it more have less access humanitarian aid?