International news

The latest news about our work around the world.

Meet Parvin, an assistant teacher at a primary school in Bangladesh who supports 16 disabled children at her school.

In the run-up to International Women's Day 2014, we profile Josephine Namiriru, Young Voices campaigner from Uganda.

Tiziana Oliva reports from the conference she attended in New Delhi to share the learning from the globally recognised ‘Access to Livelihoods’ project.

Schoolgirl at desk

The challenges facing children with disabilities in accessing quality education were a striking finding of this year’s UNESCO Education for All Global Monitoring Report.

Leonard Cheshire Disability is supporting the 2014 ‘Send ALL my friends to school campaign’, which has just been launched by the Global Campaign for Education.

Conference in New Delhi as part of the globally-recognised Access to Livelihoods programme supported by Accenture and the Accenture Foundations.

As the International Development Select Committee inquiry into disability and development draws to a close, I firmly believe this golden opportunity must be grasped now.

Tales from an imaginary country is a new publication from our Research Centre that reveals the stark reality for many people with disabilities in developing countries.

Now we’ve started a brand new year, why not set yourself an amazing challenge for 2014 and run the marathon for Leonard Cheshire Disability’s international projects?

Our Young Voices campaigners are marking International Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December with a new video highlighting the work they do around the world.


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