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              • This is a vibrant and joyful group photo taken on a sunny beach. The group consists of diverse individuals, likely of various ages and abilities, celebrating together. Some wear athletic attire with what appears to be national colors, suggesting they might be part of a sports team. Their raised arms and cheerful expressions convey a sense of triumph and camaraderie. The environment promotes themes of inclusion and teamwork, as individuals with different backgrounds and physical abilities share a moment of happiness and unity. The beach setting adds a casual and relaxed atmosphere to the image.

                Fostering inclusive education in Latin America through youth leadership and sports

                Escuelas Unificadas by Special Olympics Latin America: Promotes inclusive environments through sports and leadership activities for children with and without intellectual disabilities. Implemented in seven countries, reaching over 16,000 participants by 2023.
                Escuelas Unificadas (Unified Schools), Brazil

              • Promoting an inclusive workplace

                Wipro’s Equal Opportunity Policy is comprehensive and ensures that inclusion becomes an integral part of culture and working. Wipro’s hiring policy for persons with disabilities is merit-based across all roles. Implementation of practice of inclusion is across 130,000 employees working in over 56 countries.
                Wipro Ltd., Promoting an inclusive workplace, India

              • How to include regional DPOs in education programmes funded by international development agencies

                Sightsavers' Inclusive Futures, Multiple Countries: Integrates children with disabilities aged 4-14 into mainstream schools across five countries. Led by organizations of persons with disabilities, enrolled 1,607 children in 2021 and 2022, modeling international development funding.
                Inclusive Futures, Bangladesh

              • Teacher sits in a circle with her students, while teaching them with low cost learning materials like colorful buttons.

                Empowering non-formal schools in slum areas

                The Action Foundation (TAF) is a youth-led NGO supporting children with physical disabilities and their families. In 2015, TAF launched the project targeting low-cost, non-formal schools in poor residential neighbourhoods. Since 2015, more than 1,600 children with and without disabilities have benefitted from the project.
                The Action Foundation Kenya, Promoting Early Childhood Care and Education, Kenya

              • This photograph shows a large white accessbile sales room with white desks, red chairs and seating options. In the background employees are servicing their costumers.

                African telecom provider aiming at an inclusive workforce and accessible customer experience

                Safaricom, a major mobile network operator from Kenya, committed to achieving a 5 per cent share of people with disabilities in its workforce by 2025. As part of the company’s Diversity & Inclusion Programme, offices and sales outlets are being made barrier-free and products and services are being made more accessible.
                Safaricom PLC, Diversity & Inclusion Programme, Kenya

              • Set in a classroom of an accessbile e-learning center, a blind teacher wearing sunglases explains how to use the keyboard  to a young blind boy  in order to access an e-learning program on his screen.

                University-based accessible e-learning centre for

                students with disabilities

                The Inclusive University Initiative of the NGO YPSA is an e-learning centre that provides accessible learning materials and volunteer support for students with visual impairments at the University of Chittagong in Bangladesh. Launched in 2019, there were five projects at other universities in 2021 and a plan for an online self-study portal.
                YPSA - Young Power in Social Action, Inclusive University: An accessible e-resource centre in the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

              • A man stands on a stage at a podium. Beside him is a long table with four men and two women sitting at it. Facing the stage another man sits at a table with papers in front of him and a microphone.

                Government-level initiative to promote inclusive employment policies

                The State Exchange on Employment & Disability is an initiative to help state and local governments take measures to integrate people with disabilities. Support is provided through intermediary organizations. Between 2015 and 2020 more than 300 integration policies were adopted by 42 US states and two territories.
                US Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP), State Exchange on Employment & Disability (SEED), United States of America

              • A variety of approaches to create jobs for people with visual impairments

                The first phase started in 2007 and focused on technology to increase the learning potential of students with visual impairments. From 2012 to 2013, the emphasis was on vocational preparation, technological applications and advocacy for inclusive universities. 117 people found employment through the programme.
                ICEVI - International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment, Nippon Foundation Higher Education Project, Cambodia

              • This image shows a young child in a classroom environment, proudly holding up a tablet displaying an educational activity. The child is smiling and looking at the camera, conveying a sense of joy and engagement with the learning process. Around the child are other students, focused on their work, and school materials such as notebooks are visible on the tables. This scene highlights the importance of access to technology in education and the positive impact it can have on a child's learning experience. The atmosphere suggests a collaborative and inclusive educational setting where every student has the opportunity to learn and grow.

                UNICEF’s accessible digital textbooks for children with and without disabilities

                UNICEF’s Accessible Digital Textbooks Initiative: Provides digital textbooks with audio narration and integrated sign language. By 2023, deployed in nine countries, benefiting over 2,500 students globally, with 66 prototypes developed.
                Accessible Digital Textbooks (ADT) initiative, Colombia

              • Many children take a class outside a CBCC under a tree.

                A low-cost approach to early childhood development

                Sightsavers has developed a model of Early Childhood Development and Education (ECDE) based on existing services and cost-effective methods. Sightsavers works together with local community-based childhood centres, produces learning materials and provides specially adapted bicycles to transport the children.
                Sightsavers, Early Childhood Development in Malawi, Malawi