In the first of our Inclusion Works webinar series, we were delighted to hear from Samuel, a self-advocate from Inclusion Uganda, who explained that people with Down syndrome are capable of many kinds of work. Read more
Our statement on priority, accessibility and inclusion of people with Down syndrome Read more
World Down Syndrome Congress 2021 will be held virtually between 18-20 November 2021, hosted by Emirates Down Syndrome Association. Read more
Contributing towards the inclusive employment of persons with Down syndrome and supporting our members to advocate for inclusive employment.
We support self-advocates and train national Down syndrome organisations to run self-advocacy groups.
Through our international guidelines and wider education activities, we are enabling people with Down syndrome to achieve their full potential.
We are developing guidelines with Inclusion International on the inclusive participation of people with intellectual disabilities.
We are developing clinical consensus guidelines for people with Down syndrome of all ages in specific areas of medicine.
DSi’s crucial work is needed now, more than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic requires a specific and vital response by our community.
This video gives some insight into the difference our work makes for people with Down syndrome and their families around the world.
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Self-advocates talk about the barriers faced and the best practices related to the inclusive employment of persons with intellectual disabilities. Read more
Looking at the role of Universal Design for Learning in ensuring inclusive education for all learners. Read more
Able Child Africa and Save the Children partnered to create the first international Disability-inclusive child safeguarding guidelines. Read more
A useful guide produced by the UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office (ESARO) to aid return to school. Read more
WeThe15 is sport’s biggest ever human rights movement to end discrimination. Together, we aim to transform the lives of the world’s 1.2 billion persons with disabilities who represent 15% of the global population. Read more