Seeing the Ability in Disabilities

“People with disabilities are vulnerable because of the many barriers we face: attitudinal, physical, and financial. Addressing these barriers is within our reach and we have a moral duty to

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Haplessly Embedded

For me, monitoring & evaluation is a push and pull between being social—getting to know the program team whose work I’m studying; and remaining solitary—reading, analyzing, writing. I’m fairly comfortable

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But What About the Boy Child?

My first few weeks at the Naz Foundation (India) Trust felt oddly comforting. I still wasn’t used to the extensive kindness (especially as it relates to food) that people in

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Inclusion: A Holistic Way of Living

When we discuss inclusion in the disability sector, we often engage with issues such as accessibility and equal opportunity. We speak of product design, business goals, and legal requirements. However,

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Big Data in Development: Opportunities for Public Policy

Commonly abbreviated as ICT4D, “Information and Communication Technologies for Development” is disrupting the manner in which governments and public affair organisations approach socio-economic development. The unprecedented increase of mobile phone

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