Poor people are excluded from development and are often invisible, also for decision makers and managers of projects and programs. Reaching out to these people is essential for achieving the central goal of post-2015 UN Development Agenda: ‘Eradicating extreme poverty from the face of the earth by 2030’.
The Dutch Platform Leave No One Behind (50 members) meets regularly to discuss the several issues related to this topic.
The agenda for the 13th of September:
- Amelie van de Brink, a licensed Art Psychotherapist, will give a presentation about her thesis: How do social movements form and maintain their collective identities for lobbying and advocacy success? Comparing the disability and gender movements in Sierra Leone.
- Nelleke van der Vleuten will provide an update on the progress of the development of a Practitioners Guide on Inclusive Business Partnerships.
- An update will be given by Lieke Scheeuwe about the core team working on disaggregated data.
- Annet Lukkien, consultant Inclusion Matters, on her two short pieces of research: I) Inclusion in Humanitarian Aid ( for Light for the World) & II) The Business case of Disability Inclusion (for DCDD).
- Bart Romijn on the idea of a ‘Proposition on Inclusion’ (with reservation).
- Adoption of SDG 10 by the LNOB Platform by
Time: 10:00 – 13:00
Location: Spaklerweg 79 (same street as the office of Partos), Duivendrecht. How to reach this location.
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