BIC’s Disability Rights Campaign partners with disabled persons’ organizations (DPOs) and civil society organizations (CSOs) to advocate to the World Bank and other International Financial Institutions (IFIs) to ensure full access to project benefits for persons with disabilities. We work to systematically include disability in World Bank and other IFI operations so that the needs and rights of persons with disabilities are supported and fulfilled.
How can Peru make sure its most marginalized citizens get equal access to the justice system?
How can Nepal ensure inclusion of marginalized children and youth through its education system?
Do marginalized children in Lesotho benefit from a World Bank funded education project?
How can the World Bank make a water and sanitation project in Uganda disability inclusive?
How could a new metro line lead to exclusion of persons with disabilities?
Will an education program in Lebanon promote inclusion of refugees and children with disabilities?
How does a water and sanitation project impact marginalized groups?
How will an urban development project in the Philippines affect people with disabilities?
What are key elements of an inclusive World Bank education project?
December 05, 2019
How can disability be further embedded in World Bank operations?
December 03, 2019
How is the World Bank Moving Closer to Inclusive Education?
September 10, 2019
A preview of IDA19: how ambitious are the World Bank's plans?
August 15, 2019
Disability World Bank Safeguard Revised Policy
Submission on Disability to the World Bank Safeguard Team
A Case Study on Lima’s “Metropolitano”: Five years fighting for accessibility
Is the World Bank Reaching out of School Children with Disabilities under ROSC II Project
Why does the World Bank need to address disability in its Safeguard Policies?
The impact of the World Bank funded Uganda Health systems strengthening project on persons with disabilities
Assessing Disability Inclusiveness of STEP in Bangladesh
Civil Society Guide to the World Bank's Environmental and Social Framework