Resources from Members and Others
Together we can walk the walk.
Contributing to Inclusion International’s Global Report on Living in the Community. A New Zealand perspective on promoting the rights of people with disabilities and their families to live and be included in the community. Download here
World Report on Disability by the WHO
Inclusion International (II), a federation of 200 family-based organizations advocating for the human rights of people with intellectual disabilities worldwide, contributed to this important report to ensure that the voices and perspectives of people with intellectual disabilities were heard and included. Download the report(pdf)
OPEN SOCIETY FOUNDATIONS
Included in Society
Results and Recommendations of the European Research Initiative on Community-Based Residential Alternatives for Disabled People
This publication is a result of the project “Included in Society” aiming at analyzing the conditions in and prevalence of large residential institutions for disabled people in Europe. The participating organisations and universities collected information on the living conditions in large residential institutions in 25 European countries. This is the basis for policy recommendations addressing the need for more community based … Read More
The KENYA ASSOCIATION FOR THE INTELECTUALLY HANDICAPPED (KAIH)
KAIH has put together a report on the post elections violence and the impact on the Persons with Intellectual disabilities and their families.
The report provides graphic details of the horrors of the situation and it includes recommendations to be adopted in order to help prevent further such situations. Please take time to… Read More
Understanding and Supporting Self Advocacy
Taskforce on Self Advocacy
This material is part of the Toolkit for Self Advocacy that is being developed by the Taskforce on Self Advocacy. The Taskforce welcomes contributions of best practice and inspirational materials that can be added to the Toolkit … Read More