Downloads: At a glance

Who we are and what we do, explained in six pages.

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Information on persons with disabilities in refugee context

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Say Yes to Inclusion!

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Say Yes to Inclusion!

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Say Yes to Inclusion!

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Say Yes to Inclusion!

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“Too many people with disabilities are denied the dignity of work (…). We need to break barriers and open doors for an inclusive society for all.”

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“In Sport you throw a ball and don't realise that it's a rehabilitation exercise. Sport strengthens the self-esteem as well as the body.”

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Social Protection is a collection of measures to reduce poverty and foster economic growth. These measures target individuals, households, and communities to better manage the income risks that leave people vulnerable, to increase access to basic services such as health or education and to provide income stability.

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During humanitarian crises vulnerable groups are hit the hardest. That includes persons with disabilities. According to the recent World Report on Disability, 15 % of the population worldwide live with a disability, 80 % of those in developing countries. In cases of emergencies persons with disabilities are at a higher risk of not accessing humanitarian aid.

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All children have the right to go to school, whatever their gender, social status, disability or health. Children with disablilties are still largely excluded from education.

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Barriers are avoidable! The world report on disability's key concepts and recommendations.

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LIGHT FOR THE WORLD aims at an inclusive society and strives for a world in which persons with disabilities have a decent life, participate equally in society and have access to their rights. Within this work LIGHT FOR THE WORLD is committed to ensure that women and men, as well as girls and boys, equally benefit.

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1 in 5 women and girls worldwide have some form of disability. Disability and gender issues are closely linked, and discrimination based on disability, gender, age and other social categories is a common experience for women with disabilities.

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