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Disability

  1. Inclusion strategy and roadmap: outcomes from the inclusion priority topic at the 2021 Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week

  2. A more inclusive post-Covid-19 world for persons with disabilities – how humanitarians can play their part

  3. Strengthening disability inclusion in humanitarian action

  4. Experiences of vulnerable urban youth under Covid-19: the case of youth with disabilities

  5. Implementing the IASC Guidelines on inclusion of persons with disabilities in humanitarian action

  6. 'Even though I am blind, I am still human!': the neglect of adolescents with disabilities' human rights in conflict-affected contexts

  7. Leave no one behind: adolescents with disabilities in Jordan

  8. Building resilience for all: intersectional approaches for reducing vulnerability to natural hazards in Nepal and Kenya

  9. Why a ‘cash plus’ approach is critical to better support children and adolescents with disabilities: evidence from Jordan and Palestine

  10. Leave no one behind: an agenda for action to enhance the full capabilities of adolescents with disabilities in Ethiopia

  11. Intersectional approaches to vulnerability reduction and resilience-building

  12. Adolescents with disabilities denied access to basic education and health services – new report

  13. Disability inclusion and disaster risk reduction: overcoming barriers to progress

  14. How next week’s Global Disability Summit can deliver for adolescents

  15. Adolescents with disabilities: enhancing resilience and delivering inclusive development

  16. Disability Summit 2018: how to ensure people with disabilities are not left behind

  17. Nepal’s cash allowances for children with disabilities

  18. Disability and climate resilience: a literature review

  19. Leaving no one behind in access to vision: catalysing funding for primary eyecare

  20. Unpacking Disability-Extreme Poverty Links in Bangladesh through Household Income and Expenditure Survey: A Quantitative Exercise