Who is IDDC?
The International Disability and Development Consortium is a global consortium of disability and development non-governmental organisations (NGOs), mainstream development NGOs and organisations representative of persons with disabilities (DPOs) supporting disability and development work in more than 150 countries around the world.
We aim to promote rights-based disability-inclusive development and humanitarian action.
- Human Rights for all
- Sustainable development & social justice
- Inclusion and Diversity
- Partnership, participation and collaboration
- Promote the inclusion of the disability dimension in all development policy and practice, as well as appropriate disability-specific approaches.
- Improve the practice of member agencies through collaboration and sharing of experience on policy and practice.
- Support exchange and learning about inclusive development through wide distribution of information, in particular between people and organisations in economically poorer countries.
Member-driven, our activities are defined and run by members through thematic task groups. Our areas of work include:
- Community-Based Inclusive Development,
- DPO Partnership,
- Inclusive Health,
- Inclusive Education,
- the European Union, and
- the United Nations
Our recommendations to Leave No One Behind
- Active participation of persons with disabilities and their representative organisations in policies and programmes
- Accessibility and reasonable accommodation
- Sufficient and inclusive financing
- Disability data collection, disaggregation research and analysis
- ADD International
- Atlas Alliance
- CBM International
- Deaf Child Worldwide
- Disability Partnership Finland
- EUCORD Network
- HelpAge International
- Humanity & Inclusion
- Kentalis Foundation
- Leonard Cheshire
- Light for the World
- Liliane Foundation
- Plan international
- Redd Barna – Save the Children Norway
- Sense International
- The Leprosy Mission International
- Inclusion International
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