Posted by Kimberley Meijers on February 20, 2018 at 12:14 pm
The Sustainable Development Goals urge us to Leave No One Behind. Both policymakers and programme implementers agree that inclusion of marginalised groups is important. But the reality shows that inclusion does not happen automatically: You have to deliberately plan for it!
In this practical and interactive 2,5 day training, you will learn how to include a disability rights perspective in your work and make inclusion a reality. And on top of that: the tools and methods that are used for inclusion of people with disabilities can also be used to include people who are marginalised and excluded on other grounds.
This training is organised by Light for the World’s Disability Inclusion Advisors. The Advisors work with local governments, NGO’s, disable people organizations and private sector make disability inclusion work! They will use a wide variety of interactive, creative and inclusive training methods. You can easily use these methods in your own organization.
During the training, you can bring in your own project cases and get input on how to improve the inclusion of people with disabilities. At the end of the training, you will receive a memory stick with all relevant tools and backgrounds resources.
This training is organised for people involved in international development cooperation. So if you are a policymaker, proposal writer, programme coordinator, trainer, manager, consultant, M&E specialist or lobbyist and want to learn how to include a disability perspective in your own work? Then this is the right training for you!
When? From the 16th to the 18th of April 2018
Where? At the Conference Center Den Hommel in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
For more information read the following invitation.