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Time for action for persons with disabilities at the World Humanitarian Summit

Camille Gosselin, Humanitarian Advocacy Manager of Handicap International, explains the Charter on "Inclusion of persons with disabilities in humanitarian action" read more

The World Humanitarian Summit and disability inclusion

On 23rd and 24th of May 2016, the first ever World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) will take place in Istanbul, Turkey read more

Setting humanitarian action on a new course

The declaration of Ms. Heidi Hautala, Member of the EP Delegation to the World Humanitarian Summit, former Finnish Minister for International Development. read more

Global Awareness Accessibility Day 2016

On 19 May 2016, we celebrate the fifth Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) read more

Silent Tears exhibition, the story untold

CBM co-hosted a side-event with Handicap International’s Making It Work Initiative on Gender and Disability read more

three men and a woman - dressed officially in suits - with the WHO flag

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a sign 'aging & disability focal point' and three people, one who is a wheelchair user

Active Participation: Key to Inclusion

Testimonies from humanitarian workers with disabilities

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