Local actors work, among other things, with data collection. This leads to a better estimate of how many people live with some form of disability. Photo: Oxfam East Africa / Flickr
Of: Josefine Lundh
Cooperation and partnerships with local organizations are essential when it comes to achieving the global goals of people with disabilities. Cornilla von Plomgren at the organization Sightsavers gives her view on how we can create an inclusive future for people with disabilities in low- and middle-income countries.
July 5, 2019, Report
Of: Ida Leden
When I think of sustainable cities, I am immediately thrown back into my time as an exchange student in the multimillion-dollar city of Yangon, Myanmar. The bustling and loud traffic that I could stand for a long time and be fascinated by. How a system crystallized out of what at first I only experienced as chaos. The narrow sidewalks with high edges and insidious […]
November 1, 2018, Chronicle
Of: Göran Alfredsson and Tiina Nummi-Södergren
Poverty in the world has been fought by leaps and bounds since 1990, but the trend does not apply to all people. People with disabilities are often ignored in poverty reduction. Now Sweden must take the lead and stand up for their rights, writes the organization MyRight.
June 28, 2017, Debate