What is the Living Inclusion Network?
The Living Inclusion Network is a place for exchange on putting disability inclusion into practice in development cooperation projects. Our goal is to bridge the gap between development cooperation and inclusion and increase disability mainstreaming activities in development projects worldwide. Disability Inclusion is not an option – it is a human right! 187 countries worldwide and the European Union have ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and yet there is still so much to be done.
We aim to foster disability inclusion globally through networking, collaborating, exchange and mutual learning. The Living Inclusion Network was initiated in December 2023 and is managed by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).
What to expect as a Network member?
The Living Inclusion Network serves as a platform for practice- and project-oriented exchange. As a member you
- will be invited to our virtual events as spaces for exchange, inspiration, and learning.
- will receive a regular newsletter with updates on current developments, resources, and tips.
- will gain insight from lessons learned & practical examples in different formats and from different contexts.
- can find potential cooperation partners, experts, or like-minded people in your working area.
Get a first impression of the Living Inclusion Network with this video! In the video, Network members and partners voice their experience with and wishes to the Network.