iddc28 June 2017 // Education is key to ensure society's growth so it should always be at the top of the concerns of all, including civil society organisations and governements. UNESCO published new data showing high out-of-school rates in many countries, pointing out that global education levels will remain below that target for generations.

Currently, over 32 million children with disabilities in low and middle income countries are out of school. Considering this worrying data, the International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC) calls to ensure quality education for all children by investing in inclusive education for boys and girls with disabilities.

IDDC calls on donors and governments to step up action and really engage with the Sustainable Development Goals to 'leave no-one behind' through different actions. You can read the call to action here and we welcome you to sign it too! Please feel free to share the call through your network and on social media channels to make sure we all stand together for the full inclusion of youth with disabilities. 

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