WFD works with the Sierra Leone Union on Disability Issues to work for inclusive development in Sierra Leone, through supporting persons with disabilities to make their voices heard in national decision-making.
WFD recognises that when people or groups are excluded from political power, or if the real concerns of citizens are not addressed, then democracy is not living up to its promise.
That is why inclusion is an increasingly central part of our work. WFD’s programmes support young people and persons with disability to engage with the institutions that represent them in many countries across the world.
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This study identifies the opportunities for, progress made, obstacles to, and consensus on national policies and strategies for the inclusion of persons with disabilities in Mozambique. It articulates a ways forward for building an inclusive society and achieving social justice.
In North Macedonia, WFD is working with persons with disabilities (PWDs), a marginalised and underrepresented group in society, to ensure their needs are at the top of the policy agenda. This work is being done as part of WFD’s Western Balkans Democracy Initiative. Through the initiative, WFD has built partnerships with PWD advocacy groups to […]