International news

The latest news about our work around the world.

Ola Abu Al Ghaib looks back at CHOGM and celebrates the power of collaboration.

We caught up with Judy and Professor Nora Groce, Director of the Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre at UCL, to hear about their respective celebrated careers in the realm of disability, their friendship, and what they see for the future of disability inclusion.

Disabled people are losing ground and not sharing in the increased prosperity of many developing countries.

Anderson Gitonga is the CEO of United Disabled Persons of Kenya and a co-investigator of the Bridging the Gap research project.

Charlotte V. McClain-Nhlapo, Global Disability Advisor to the World Bank, addresses the solutions to the challenges raised by the Bridging the Gap research. 

All around the world, people with disabilities are gaining the skills and confidence they need to find a job or achieve their dream of starting a business, thanks to your donations. 

Our international work supports disabled people across the world. Here are just three people we've supported in their journey to independence. 

To celebrate UN's International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPwD), we're highlighting how many disabled people around the work still don't have access to education or work opportunities.

Judy Heumann, the renowned disability rights campaigner, is to join Leonard Cheshire Disability as a global ambassador.

In 3 December, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Leonard Cheshire is highlighting the plight of persons with disabilities failure to access education or work and livelihoods opportunities, maintaining a cycle of poverty. 


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