Disability Data Review.
The Disability Data Review provides an overview of the Disability Data Portal project, with a review of the objectives, methods and findings for 16 indicators across 40 countries. The report also contains a discussion section and suggested next steps to inform future work in the field of disability data. An Extended Summary, also available in Easy Read and Large Print is available below as well as a full copy of the report.
Download the report
- The full report can be downloaded here
- A large print version of the report can be found here.
- An easy-read version of the report can be found here.
- An extended summary of the report can be found here.
Inclusion Counts: Disability Data Tracker guideline reports.
This guideline is intended to be a tool for Organisations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs) and their allies on how to advocate for the rights of persons with disabilities within the global development framework known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The thematic focus of these guidelines is on work and employment (Article 27) and adequate standard of living and social protection (CRPD Article 28).
Inclusion Counts: Disability Data Tracker guideline report: Spotlight on work and employment.
Inclusion Counts: Disability Data Tracker guideline report: Spotlight on adequate standard of living and social protection.
The importance of supporting inclusive citizen-generated data initiatives
Recommendations from Leonard Cheshire, Humanity & Inclusion and Restless Development to provide guidance on how to ensure more inclusive and effective implementation of Citizen Generated Data initiatives and partnerships that engage communities effectively, and especially young people, persons with disabilities and civil rights defenders.