Mission: The Center for Inclusive Policy (CIP) supports international, regional, and national stakeholders in the development and evaluation of public policies and programs fostering full and effective inclusion and participation of marginalized groups in low and middle income countries, in particular for persons with disabilities.
Our approach: The center works collaboratively in partnership with national, international, and non-governmental non-governmental organizations. Our goal is to contribute to building the capacity for inclusive policy through knowledge development and dissemination, technical assistance, and by facilitating dialogue and links between various stakeholders.
Who we are: CIP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization registered in Washington, DC, United States.
The Board of Directors consists of
- Mitch Loeb, International expert in disbality data
- Setareki Macanawai, CEO of the Pacific Disability Forum
- Sophie Mitra, Associate Professor of Economics at Fordham University.
The members of the board of directors are volunteers. While the board of directors provide overall guidance on the work of CIP, the opinions and views expressed in CIP technical assistance or website content are those of their authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the board of directors members.
Fields of expertise
- Inclusive development
- Inclusive social and economic policy
- Disability data collection and indicator development,
- Policy advocacy
- Civil Society Organization capacity development
- Human rights monitoring, and more specifically the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities