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Disability Inclusive Development Toolkit

Equality

DID

CRPD influencing everything we do Accessibility Human diversity

Nondiscrimination Full participation

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Table of contents Foreword

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Welcome to the CBM DID toolkit

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How to use the toolkit

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Acronyms 9

Chapter 1

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1.1 What is disability?

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Facts and figures Defining disability Analysing barriers Individual testimony: Abdul Gafur Disability rights Individual testimony: Ten Touch 1.2 Models of disability: from charity to human rights The charity model The medical model The social model The rights based model Individual testimony: Eti

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1.3 Language and communication: what’s in a word?

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Language and terminology is constantly evolving Person with disability or disabled person Language and context Individual testimony: Korn Leakhena Individual testimony: Edwin Kuki

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1.4 Introduction to disability-inclusive development: end the cycle Disability and poverty: a reinforcing cycle Individual testimony: Kob May Saros 1.5 Practising inclusion in our day to day work: CBM’s core values CBM’s six core values Some tips for disability etiquette Individual testimony: Edwin Babanisi

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Chapter 2

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2.1 CBM’s disability and development approach

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Brief 100-year history CBM today: CBM’s Federation Strategy 2021

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2.2 Disability-inclusive development: key elements CBM’s development approach: disability-inclusive development Core elements of a disability-inclusive development approach Awareness – a key to successful inclusion Participation Accessibility and Universal Design Twin-track approach Empowerment Case study: SPARK Gender equality

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2.3 Inclusive management practice and responsibilities

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Inclusive recruitment, retention and development of staff Inclusive recruitment Adaptations and modifications Retention and professional development of staff Case study: reasonable accommodation Regularly monitoring our inclusive practice

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2.4 Managing change processes Understanding change: approaches and styles Understanding change: dynamics and emotions Theoretical approaches to help understand change Michael Fullan’s 5 point model of change Fullan and Barber’s eight drivers of change McKinsey’s 7-S model

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Chapter 3

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3.1 Disability as a cultural issue: evolving concepts and notions

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What is disability? Moving beyond models Alternative voices and narratives Disability – a human rights based approach recognising power differentials, agency, capability and diversity

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3.2 Human rights as a core foundation underpinning our work

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Human rights and people with disabilities The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) Signing, ratification, confirming and acceding to the CRPD CRPD implementation: immediate versus progressive realisation CRPD infrastructure: national and international CRPD reporting requirements Case study: self-help group in Ghana: empowerment and rights

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3.3 Understanding the complexity of development History of development Shaping the post-2015 development agenda Agenda 2030 and the SDGs Monitoring the implementation of Agenda 2030 and the SDGs Key deve