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Disability Inclusion Lab

The Disability Inclusion Lab is established by Light for the World as a space for NGOs, disabled people organisations, governments and businesses to come together to make disability inclusion work.
Together, the stakeholders develop practical solutions to overcome the barriers that prevent people with disabilities from participating equally in development and society.

news

1 August 2017

Launching Skills for Work Project

Youth unemployment and lack of market oriented skills training opportunities are two major challenges facing young people in […]

9 June 2017

Dicky Nieuwenhuis new director

The board of Light for the World Netherlands has appointed Dicky Nieuwenhuis as director. She will start her […]

7 June 2017

Side-event Conference of States Parties to the CRPD

Together for Ensuring Sexual and Reproductive Health and Human Rights of Women and Girls with Disabilities: How to […]

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Let’s make disability inclusion work

People with disabilities are often left out of poverty reduction and development programmes. If they would be able to participate in such programmes, however, the vicious cycle of poverty and disability could be broken.

 

Whatever your reason to work on inclusion, the Disability Inclusion Lab can assist you to include people with disabilities in your development programmes and business initiatives.

Programmes

For learning professionals

Let’s make disability inclusion work … as a learning professional

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For implementers

Let’s make disability inclusion work … as an implementer

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For innovators

Let’s make disability inclusion work … as an innovator

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What can the Lab do for you? Contact:

Matthijs Nederveen

Matthijs Nederveen

Innovation and strategic partnerships
T +31 318 - 58 63 58 E lab@light-for-the-world.org

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