The Listen Include Respect guidelines will help organisations of all types to be more inclusive of people with disabilities. Read more
Since 2010, outstanding images by photographers from around the globe have been celebrated in this unique competition that enables people who have Down syndrome to show us how they see the world. Read more
Meet Kami - the world's first virtual influencer with Down syndrome, on a mission to revolutionise the digital world! Read more
Watch all of the video contributions to the #InclusionMeans campaign, including the presentations given at the United Nations in New York and Geneva to mark WDSD 2022. Read more
We advocate for every child to have access to inclusive and equitable quality education to enhance their opportunities and quality of life.
We are working with our global network of member organisations to advocate for inclusive employment.
We advocate for everyone to have the right to enjoy the highest attainable standard of health, without discrimination.
We advocate for organisations to include people with disabilities in everything they do.
We support self-advocates and train national Down syndrome organisations to run self-advocacy groups.
21 March is World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), the day that the Down syndrome community creates a single global voice advocating for the rights, inclusion and well being of people with Down syndrome.
We need your support to continue our work improving the lives of people with Down syndrome. Donate today.
Down Syndrome International (DSi) is calling on all parties involved in the current conflict in Ukraine to respect their obligations under international humanitarian law and international human rights law.
The President of DSi has been recognised for services to people with learning disabilities in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Read more
Chris Barnes, our Inclusive Education Officer, quizzes a panel of experts about 'Inclusive Education' and asks questions from parents. Read more
WATCH: a discussion on the concept of 'Inclusive Education', the inclusion of children with special educational needs and disabilities, and effective practice in the classroom. Read more
Two self-advocates with Down syndrome have been employed following Bangladesh employment advocacy campaign. Read more
DSi would like to thank our members Down Syndrome Albania Foundation, Jonathan Center and Down Syndrome Kosovo for translating the original version from English. Read more