CBM has produced a number of proprietary disability inclusive development (DID) publications in addition to partnering with well-respected DID organisations to release related publications. Some of these important DID resources are available for download.
CBM Disability Inclusive Development Toolkit
This accessibility policy aims at providing a framework for CBM with a governance and accountability mechanism to monitor and improve internal practice on accessibility across all areas of work.
CBM Digital Accessibility Toolkit
This toolkit has a selection of tools and recommendations on accessibility of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The toolkit is intended to contribute to the social and economic inclusion of persons with disabilities by ensuring that information is equitably accessible.
Toolkit for DPOs on Voluntary National Reviews (IDA and CBM)
Toolkit with guidance for Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) to engage in the voluntary national review process at the local, national, regional, and global levels.
The Inclusion Imperative: Towards Disability-Inclusive and Accessible Urban Development (DIAUD, World Enabled and CBM)
A report on key recommendations towards an inclusive urban development from The Global Network on Disability Inclusive and Accessible Urban Development (DIAUD), World Enabled and CBM.
The Future is Inclusive: How to Make International Development Disability Inclusive (CBM)
By signing the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), many nations have committed to make sure that people with disabilities are included in all their international development programmes. But how can this be achieved? This publication introduces the key concepts for disability-inclusive development and highlights practical examples by CBM, to contribute to the dialogue on disability-inclusive development.
Inclusion Counts: The Economic Case for Disability-Inclusive Development (CBM)
Based on evidence from a literature review of how barriers in society exclude persons with disabilities from key areas of life, such as health, education, and work and livelihood, this book asks readers to consider the following questions: can governments afford to continue excluding women, men, girls, and boys with disabilities from key areas of life? How can investment in inclusion benefit persons with disabilities, their families, and societies overall and how can international cooperation support this inclusion?
My Right is Our Future: The Transformative Power of Disability-Inclusive Education (CBM)
Inclusive education is about meeting human rights obligations. But it is much more than this. It is also about celebrating diversity, promoting a more sustainable path to development and helping bring an end to poverty, thereby leading to more inclusive societies.
How do we achieve this? What are barriers along the road and how can we overcome these? Is there a blueprint we can follow? Whom do we need to work with to reach inclusive education? How does inclusive education need to be financed? These are some of the questions this book critically reflects on.
CBM Policy on Accessibility
This CBM accessibility policy aims at providing a framework for CBM with a governance and accountability mechanism to monitor and improve internal practice on accessibility across all areas of our work.