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Photo: Left to right - Yetnebersh Nigussie, Dagnachew Wakene, Maggie Kern. Credit: Light for the World

Sustainable Development means disability-inclusive development!

2017-07-21
Ministerial Declaration adopted - Maggie Kern blogs from the HLPF, Part 2
Photo: Elie Bagbila gives a presentation during the inclusion training. Credit: Emmanuel Kansié

Training Partners in Inclusive Development

2017-07-19
At a training in Ouagadougou, we discussed issues and tools with our partners and networks - by Emmanuel Kansié
Logo of the Africa-EU Partnership

Disability as a cross-cutting issue in partnership talks

2017-07-18
Towards an inclusive partnership between Africa and the EU - by Steffie Neyens
Photo: Left to right - Maggie Kern, Yetnebersh Nigussie (both Light for the World), Jan Kickert (Permanent Representative of Austria to the UN). Credit: Light for the World

Drawing Attention to Inclusion at the HLPF

2017-07-17
Advocacy Officer Maggie Kern blogs from the High-Level Political Forum
Portrait photo of Dicky Nieuwenhuis

New Director at Light for the World Netherlands

2017-07-17
Light for the World welcomes new Dutch director, Dicky Nieuwenhuis
Infographic: The 17 Sustainable Development Goals. 6 of them are being reviewed at the HLPF. Credit: UN

High Level Political Forum 2017

2017-07-05
Ensuring that people with disabilities are involved at all stages
Photo of Lord Joel Joffe. Credit: Alan Owens

Lord Joel Joffe 1932-2017

2017-07-03
On the passing of Light for the World’s international ambassador
Photo: Portrait of Ton ten Hove

Ton ten Hove 1959 - 2017

2017-06-30
Light for the World mourns the passing of Ton ten Hove
Photo: IDDC and Light for the World stall at the ACP-EU assembly in Malta

Raising awareness with members of Parliament

2017-06-29
Light for the World at the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly in Malta - by Steffie Neyens
Photo: An overjoyed Lina is back with her family after surgery. Credit: Ulrich Eigner

Restored eyesight, restored livelihood

2017-06-28
An ophthalmic outreach enabled Lina Zaie to grow crops again

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