RESOURCES

While we are working on developing specific material and resources related to inclusive policy, we would like to share with you some of the websites that we find interesting.

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REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS

Please find links to many of our key reports and publications about various aspects of inclusive policy. For more information you can also check out our blog and the videos posted below.


CIP provided technical assistance to IDA and OPDs to document governments’ social protection response for persons with disabilities in South Asia, and formulate recommendations for an inclusive recovery.


Official development assistance has a critical role to play in financing social innovation, system building and budget support in low- and middle income-countries. It is, therefore, crucial to ensure that OPDs and other stakeholders monitor to what extent ODA supports inclusion of persons with disabilities. With the adoption of the OECD DAC disability marker, this has become feasible. Polly Meeks developed a guide for OPDs on how to use OECD database to get data they need for advocacy


CIP fellow, Meenakshi Balasubramanian, supported the drafting in consultation with many OPDs of a report on the Indian government’s initial Social Protection response for persons with disabilities called “Too little, too few” which was subsequently used for advocacy in different states. 



CIP together with several OPDs of Asia-Pacific and IDA launched the first manual to support strong budget advocacy by OPDs which is required now more than ever. Developed before the crisis, it presents their experience in budget advocacy, and some key lessons learned.


In recent years, interest has been growing on the role of public budget in supporting the inclusion of persons with disabilities. The terms inclusive budgeting, disability budgeting, disability responsive budgeting, have been used interchangeably. But do they mean the same?

CIP published the first note seeking to clarify the possible meaning of CRPD compliant budgeting


The twelve years since the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
have seen important progress in many national legal frameworks – but few of these changes can be fully implemented without more and better public budget resources for inclusion. Budgeting is a highly political process: as a minority often marginalised from power, persons with disabilities tend to lose out. This report presents evidence from a survey of 38 civil society organisations in 23 countries, complemented by more detailed findings from disability budget
analyses in India, the Philippines and the Pacific
.


CIP supported Europe Foundation and OPDs to conduct an analysis of the public budget from a CRPD perspective in Georgia and to formulate recommendations for the government and the disability movement.

VIDEOS

Disability Inclusive COVID-19 Response
Understanding Disability Extra Costs
Addressing Disability Extra Costs
Accessible Social Protection Delivery Mechanisms
Disability Inclusive Universal Healthcare
Disability Inclusive Aid Spending

Overall resources on disability

International Disability Alliance

a great website to be up to date with the latest development on mainstreaming rights of persons with disabilities in the SDG and the Human rights system.

International Disability and Development Consortium

this is a portal with all key Disability and development NGOs and DPOs with access to material and a wide range of topics.

The Disability Rights Fund

website has a great resource section covering many different areas and regularly updated.

Data and evidence

International Centre for Evidence in Disability

with a focus on disability and development at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine

Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre

with reports and publication related to poverty, social protection, access to health and more

Washington Group on Disability Statistics

all information related to the development and use of the Washington groups set of questions for census and surveys

On the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

The Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

which include all the content of all CRPD committee sessions, past and upcoming the concluding recommendations related to country reviews, and the committee general comments.

IDA dedicates a section of its website to CRPD

with among others a useful and regularly updated compilation of the CRPD committee concluding recommendations organised by article.

Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights section on disability

especially the thematic reports produce for the Human Rights Council such has on employment, international cooperation, inclusive education, equality and non-discrimination

UN and development agencies and disability

ILO disability and work

webpage includes information and guidelines related to employment of persons with disabilities as well as social protection.

The Global business and Disability Network

is an interesting initiative and its website include resources and tools to support  inclusion of persons with disabilities,  aimed at multinational companies among others

UNICEF Disability

webpage focuses on inclusion of children with disabilities and a specific page dedicated to inclusive education with useful material and link to webinars

WHO Disability

 webpages includes key reports and guidelines related to community based rehabilitation, assistive devices, data and more.

World Bank Disability Group

World Bank Disability Group present the work of the world bank in the field of disability inclusions.

Beyond disability
specific inclusion…

AWID website is a great resources related to gender equality, sustainable development and women’s human rights

The Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights sections on women, children, and indigenous people produces reports similar to the ones for disability mentioned above.

Overseas Development Institute (ODI) provide insights and rigorous analyses on a wide range of topics related to development and hosts among others the Chronic Poverty Advisory Network (CPAN) which recently addressed impact of anti-discrimination policies on poverty.

Development Initiatives provides information to make anti-poverty programs and policies better targeted, including to people in vulnerable groups.

Social watch provides up-to-date and activist and critical perspective and information on sustainable development, poverty eradication and gender equality

The Centre for Economic and Social Rights (CESR) provides tools and information with regards to monitoring of economic and social rights with strong perspective on SDGs and agenda 2030.

The European Network on Debt and Development (EURODAD) is a mine of information about key financing for development issues.

International Budget Partnership  provides  great material and experiences related to public budget analysis and experience of budget advocacy.

The Governance, Social Development Resource Center (GSDRC) provide a wealth of thematic literature review and reports on many topics relevant to our fields, for instance on inclusive governance or development…

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) provides research-based policy solutions to sustainably reduce poverty, hunger and malnutrition in developing countries.  It is a research center of CGIAR, a worldwide partnership engaged in agricultural research for development.