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Project

Inclusive Futures

Inclusive Futures is a Consortium programme of 16 global partners, led by Sightsavers, focussing on advancing the inclusion of people with disabilities.

The project brings together a diverse range of NGOs and research centres with expertise in different areas.

Together we’re pooling our collective expertise and working with disabled people’s organisations to create innovative solutions and remove key barriers that can prevent disabled people from accessing education, health care and work.

Inclusive Futures runs in seven countries, developing and delivering education, health, work, and stigma and discrimination programmes.

Our area of focus

IDS is working with all Inclusive Futures partners to establish, integrate, promote, and facilitate a participatory, inclusive and reflective approach to research, innovation and research uptake. To support the programmes, we’re developing and communicating learning around participatory, innovative, and empowering research practices.

 

People

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Brigitte Rohwerder

Research Officer

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Caroline Martin

Project Manager

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Ed Small

Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL) Specialist

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Jackie Shaw

Research Fellow

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Mary Wickenden

Research Fellow

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Philip Mader

Research Fellow

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Stephen Thompson

Research Fellow

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Vivienne Benson

Communications and Impact Manager

Recent work

Journal Article

Lives Turned Upside Down in COVID-19 Times: Exploring Disabled People’s Experiences in 5 Low-and-middle Income Countries Using Narrative Interviews

This article explores COVID-19 related experiences of disabled people in Bangladesh, Kenya, Nigeria, Nepal and Uganda. Narrative interviews generated storied responses, focussing on respondents' priorities, which enabled us to hear what was most significant for them and their families. 143...

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Mary Wickenden & 3 others

30 September 2021