HI teams are making changes to the way they work in order to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the field wherever possible. This includes reviewing their current response and implementing new projects to protect people from the virus and deal with the impact of the crisis, with a focus on persons with […]
Dans Le Monde, la Coalition Education, collectif dont HI est membre, exhorte Emmanuel Macron à ne pas sacrifier les solidarités internationales.
Although Europe is now the epicentre of the Coronavirus pandemic, the virus continues to spill across continents and countries, causing widespread disarray.
102 pays ont fermé les établissements scolaires sur l’ensemble du territoire, affectant plus de 849,4 millions d’enfants et de jeunes (UNESCO) : telles sont aujourd’hui les conséquences du COVID-19 sur l’éducation.
The 3rd Ministerial Conference on Road Safety (Stockholm, 19-20 February 2020) hosted more than 80 Ministers and about 1700 participants from 140 countries. Despite competing global health emergencies, the high level of participation shows that road safety is getting increasing political attention and commitments.
By Julia McGeown, Global Inclusive Education Specialist, HI. This photo, taken yesterday at UK parliament, shows a panel debate organised by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Global Education, where the focus was on Girls’ education. HI made sure that the additional challenges for girls with disabilities, was also on the agenda!
2019 is over, we celebrate another year of responding to the essential needs and promoting respect for the fundamental rights and dignity of persons with disabilities and vulnerable populations. As we enter 2020, determined to achieve concrete changes for a more inclusive and sustainable world, we wish you a wonderful year ahead!
In the frame of the European Disability and Development Week (3-10 December), the International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC) launched the photo exhibition ‘Together for Inclusion’.