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          • Syracuse University, College of Law

            United States of America

          • IDIA - Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access to Legal Education

            India

          • CBM - Christoffel Blind Mission

            United States of America

          • Down Sendromu Dernegi

            Turkey

          • University of Vermont - Center on Disability and Community Inclusion

            United States of America

          • Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education

            The Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) is a national charity that works to promote equality and eliminate discrimination in education. Founded in 1982, the Centre has been at the cutting edge of educational change for more than 35 years. In addition to producing a wide range of resources, CSIE provides training and consultancy nationally and internationally. CSIE receives no regular funding; its income comes from sales of resources & services and from charitable grants & donations. (Source: Website)
            United Kingdom

          • Lev - Inclusion Denmark

            Lev is the advocacy organisation for the approximately 50,000 people with developmental disabilities in Denmark and their families. Lev was founded in 1952 under the name Landsforeningen Evnesvages Vel. In 2019, it was given its current name, Lev. It consists of municipal and joint municipal associations. In addition, a number of nationwide associations working for people with developmental disabilities and their relatives are members of Lev. (Source: Website)
            Denmark

          • March of Dimes Canada

            March of Dimes Canada is a leading national charity committed to championing equity, empowering ability, and creating real change that will help the more than six million people living with disabilities across the country unlock the richness of their lives. (Source: Website)
            Canada

          • Plan International Bangladesh

            Plan International began working in Bangladesh in 1994. Across all their work, they encourage children and young people to be leaders in their communities and drive progress on the issues that matter to them. They also integrate gender equality and inclusion across all our areas of work. Plan International Bangladesh targets the most excluded children and our programmes directly benefit over 2.3 million children across the country. (Source: Website)
            Bangladesh

          • Bequal Foundation

            The Bequal Foundation is a non-profit organization promoted by CERMI together with the ONCE Foundation, FEACEM and the Seeliger y Conde Foundation. Its purpose is to promote the social inclusion of people with disabilities by highlighting the commitment and efforts of those organizations that have incorporated business policies that favor the inclusion of people with disabilities as workers, consumers or users of services. (Source: Website)
            Spain