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  • Inclusion Made Easy: a quick guide to inclusion. This guide is designed for program staff in international development organisations. It is a brief, practical guide on how to ensure programs are disability-inclusive. It offers basic inclusion principles, practical tips and case study examples. Part A focuses on disability-inclusive development principles and Part B on disability inclusion across a range of development sectors, among them livelihood.
  • Good Practices for the Economic Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Developing Countries – Funding Mechanisms for Self-Employment, October 2011. This report describes a number of good practices that guarantee the efficiency and sustainability of projects that support access to funding mechanisms and the self-employment of people with disabilities. More specifically, the study focuses on the use of microcredit and grants for the start-up and expansion of microenterprises from seven countries Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Nicaragua and Uganda).
  • Making It Work: MIW has collected a number of good practices on inclusive education from various countries, which are all based on the MIW methodology for documenting good practices on inclusion of people with disabilities for evidence-based advocacy.
  • The database of Source, the International Online resource Centre on Disability and Inclusion, continuously updates its resources on livelihood and disability.
  • International Labour Organization: ILO has a specific program on disability and decent work and on their website there are a number of interesting resources and links to inclusive employment. The resource page Global business and disability network provides a space for volunteer entrepreneurs and employers as well as disabled people’s organisations interested in making work places inclusive and defining inclusive strategies.

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