DSi Education Project toolkits 1,2&3

We are delighted to announce that the first set of toolkits are ready and can be used to help you to get the most out of the Guidelines. Read more

Human Rights Training - Tajikistan

We recently ran online human rights training with parents and family members in Tajikistan and with organisations representing persons with Down syndrome there. Read more

Advocating for Human Rights

Human rights training for our member organisations - understanding a rights-based approach to development Read more

Digital solutions - our prototypes

We believe that people with Down syndrome should be included in the work of organisations at all levels, so are looking for new ways to make this more accessible. Read more

Our National Representative Committee meet the Board of Trustees

We believe that people with Down syndrome should be involved at all levels of decision making within Down syndrome organisations. Read more

Promoting inclusive education in Tajikistan

Promoting positive change for the education of learners with Down syndrome in Tajikistan Read more

Watch our inclusive participation presentation

Learn more about our inclusive participation project in this video with Inclusion International. Read more

Online training from our National Representatives coming soon

We are happy to announce the group will be delivering some online training soon, discussing self-advocacy, group working and how they like to be supported to speak for themselves and take part in meetings. Read more

Launch of Listen Include Respect survey

Have your say so DSi and Inclusion International know what to put into the new International Guidelines for Inclusive Participation Read more

Launch of our education guidelines

DSi is delighted to announce the publication of the International Guidelines for the Education of Learners with Down Syndrome Read more

Our National Representatives discuss contributing to DSi

The National Representatives discussed how they want to contribute to the work of DSi, what roles they could take and the projects they want the group to work on. Read more