FEEDBACK – The challenge and promise of disability disaggregated data in humanitarian and developing settings

FEEDBACK – The challenge and promise of disability disaggregated data in humanitarian and developing settings

Posted by: on Oct 29, 2018 | No Comments

More and more development and humanitarian actors are now using the Washington Group Questions (WGQ) to collect data on persons with disabilities. The report  ‘Disability Data Collection: A summary review of the use of the Washington Group Questions by development and humanitarian actors’ presented at the 2018 World Humanitarian Forum on 22 October by Humanity & Inclusion (HI) and Leonard Cheshire (LC) presents how the WGQ have been used in development and humanitarian programming and the impact of using the methodology.

ALERT – New HI study “Making Cities Inclusive: Safe Mobility for Persons with Disabilities in Developing Countries”

ALERT – New HI study “Making Cities Inclusive: Safe Mobility for Persons with Disabilities in Developing Countries”

Posted by: on Jul 21, 2018 | No Comments

Ahead of the annual High Level Political Forum (HLPF) on sustainable development, HI releases a new study on safe and inclusive mobility.

ALERT – Brussels Donor Conference on Syria: The suffering of civilians is unbearable

ALERT – Brussels Donor Conference on Syria: The suffering of civilians is unbearable

Posted by: on Apr 23, 2018 | No Comments

HI will attend the Donor Conference “Supporting the future of Syria and the region” that will take place in Brussels on April 24-25th.

ALERT – Humanitarian Alternatives’ newest issue is out: “NGOs and the private sector: the State as an arbitrator?”

ALERT – Humanitarian Alternatives’ newest issue is out: “NGOs and the private sector: the State as an arbitrator?”

Posted by: on Mar 21, 2018 | No Comments

The 7th issue of Humanitarian Alternatives “NGOs and the private sector: the State as an arbitrator?” is now online.