The world is a better place when no one is left out.

The Problem.

1 billion people live with a disability – that is 1 in 7 people.

People with a disability live in a society that consciously and unconsciously excludes them, discriminates against them, marginalises them – or worse, renders them invisible.

"Across the world, people with disabilities have poorer health, lower education achievements, less economic participation and higher rates of poverty than people without disabilities."

Source: UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD); WHO and World Bank Report on disability (2011)

The Solution.

Business

Business is the most powerful force on the planet. When business includes, society includes. Inclusive business creates inclusive societies.

People with disabilities and their families should not be perceived through the lens of charity.

People living with a disability are part of the business ecosystem – your customers, your suppliers, your talent and members of your community.

Key Statistics

45%Disability affects 45% of the global population
when you include families and friends

80%80% of people with a disability acquire it between the ages of 18 and 64.

  • The figures for people living with a disability are rising as life expectancy extends.
  • It is forecast that 20% of Europeans will be living with a disability by 2020.

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