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Light for the World becomes full CONCORD member

Bringing a disability perspective into EU development policies
Photo: Light for the World's François Carbonez, Nidhi Goyal, Marianne Fobel, Jenni Jerabek, Sreynak Hun, and Judith Baart at EDD18. Credit: Light for the World

European Development Days: Women with Disabilities on the Rise

- by Marianne Fobel, François Carbonez, and Judith Baart
Photo: Young woman with laptop computer

Event: Leverage investment through partnerships

Inclusive Education for girls and boys with disabilities in Low and Middle-Income Countries
Photo: Cesaltina Artur, Provincial Directorate of Gender, Child and Social Action, Sofala, Mozambique. Credit: Light for the World

Doubly discriminated against

Women with disabilities more likely to suffer discrimination - by Iláuda Manala
Photo: Cambodian woman in a wheelchair following a discussion

Women on the rise - no-one left behind

European Development Days Session on 6 June, 2018
Photo: Snapshot from one of three road safety videos featuring youth with disabilities, produced by Light for the World Cambodia and Cambodian Red Cross.

Better Road Safety for and by Persons with Disabilities

Video campaign for Global Road Safety Week
Photo: Participants of the UNCRPD 10th anniversary celebrations at Sofala, Mozambique. Credit: Light for the World

Celebrating a decade of inclusive development

On 2 May, 2008, the UNCRPD entered into force
Photo: Yetnerbersh Nigussie with Helen Keller International CEO Kathy Spahn at the 2018 Helen Keller Award Gala. Credit: Rick Gilbert

Helen Keller Award 2018

Yetnebersh Nigussie receives prestigious award at NYC gala
Photo: RAISE training Graduates at Shillong, North East India, 25 April 2018. Credit: Light for the World

RAISE: Inclusive Education Teacher training

Key teacher graduation in Shillong marks milestone for inclusive education in North East India
Photo: The Wilson family lost their son Charles Abui to Nodding Syndrome. Credit: Julia Gunther

Enigmatic illness adds to the burden of the South Sudanese civil war

Nodding Syndrome stunts growth, impairs cognition, causes epileptic seizures