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              • Building disability-smart business

                BDI promotes economic and social inclusion by making it easier for corporations to employ and do business with disabled people. Members jointly fund a "not for profit", expert resource which builds their capacity to deliver the business improvement. In 2012 BDI had some 350 members employing nearly 20% of the UK workforce.
                BDF - Business Disability Forum, Building disability-smart business, United Kingdom

              • In a decorated cafeteria students are studying with their tutor

                An inclusive post-secondary programme for students with intellectual disabilities

                This eight-semester programme allows students with intellectual disabilities to create and study a personalized curriculum. Students of teacher training assist them and take on the role of tutors. The programme supports the preparation of students for the labour market, while the teacher trainees receive credits towards their studies.
                Pedagogical College Salzburg, BLuE University Programme, Austria

              • A group picture of people with different disabilities by the Machu Picchu site.

                Wheelchair-accessible tours in Amazonia, the Galapagos Islands and Machu Picchu

                SAFA offers tours to various South America destinations that are accessible by wheelchair users (including hotels, restaurants, availability of accessible transport, etc.). SAFA therefore developed a systematic approach to evaluating potential locations. In 2016 approximately 300 wheelchair users booked tours.
                South America For All, Ecuador

              • Equal employment opportunities

                Specialisterne is internationally recognised as the first and foremost example of how highly functioning people with autism can become effectively integrated in society and provide valuable, high quality services to their employers. The model has the flexibility to fit local culture and community in cooperation with local stakeholders.
                Specialisterne Foundation, Equal employment opportunities, Denmark

              • A young boy sitting in his wheelchair in front of a screen on a white table. He ist playing the eyeharp, a digital music instrument that can be controlled with eye or head movements.

                Eye and head-controlled digital musical instrument

                The EyeHarp Association, started in 2011 in Barcelona under the auspices of Pompeu Fabra University, has developed Eyeharp, a digital musical instrument controlled by eye and head movements. Musicians can play melodies by looking at the notes on the screen. EyeHarp has a ‘freemium’ business model, with a free basic version.
                Eyeharp Association, EyeHarp, Spain

              • Persons with intellectual disabilities working as university lecturers

                The Institut für Inklusive Bildung qualifies people with intellectual disabilities and provides them with job opportunities, mostly teaching about the specific requirements of people with intellectual disabilities. As "education specialists" ("Bildungsfachkraft") they teach in high schools, speak at conferences, and conduct workshops.
                Institute for Inclusive Education, Germany

              • Three persons doing stretching exercises together.

                Promoting sexual and reproductive rights of all young people

                The four organization working together have developed training and information for health professionals, judges, young people with intellectual and psychosocial disabilities, and their families. Between 2012 and 2018 they have trained over 3,000 people and influenced new health legislation introduced in 2017.
                Asdown Colombia, Colombia

              • Enable Client with refreshable Braille notetaker.

                Learn, try, and test assistive technology

                "Tech Able" lets visitors experience assistive technologies and encourages innovators, manufacturers, and marketers to collaborate. Tech Able also houses a communications lab for persons with disabilities. More than 800 people have benefitted from Tech Able between 2015 and 2018.
                SG Enable, "Tech Able“ Showroom, Singapore

              • A group picture with a doctor, a volunteer, an engineer, a person with disability and family members standing in front of a white flight of stairs.

                University organizing courses for multidisciplinary teams to build accessible homes

                The Mahasarakham University in Bangkok developed Home For Life, a three-day training workshop for civil servants, urban developers, and public health practitioners focused on creating accessible indoor and outdoor built environments, especially for persons with physical disabilities.
                MSU-DU - Mahasarakham University, Universal Design Center, Home For Life, Thailand

              • Dance performance with crutches in the air

                Bringing dance and artistic expression to people with and without disabilities worldwide

                DanceAbility International runs two to three training courses a year for dance teachers, choreographers, therapists, and others who want to incorporate inclusive dance and movement into their work. As of October 2018, over 500 people with and without disabilities have been certified in the DanceAbility method in 35 countries.
                DanceAbility, United States of America