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Meet Bob van Dillen Consortium Coordinator We are Able!

In October, I started as the consortium coordinator of We are Able! I have worked for the Dutch NGO Cordaid, where I coordinated a number of advocacy trajectories, mostly on food and agriculture, migration and refugees. Prior to that I have also done advocacy at EU level, working for NGO networks, and also at the level of the United Nations.
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Disability inclusion at the local level

A delegation of We are Able! was present at the World Urban Forum that took place in Katowice/Poland June 26-30. This international conference was a good opportunity to increase awareness on the need for disability inclusion at different levels.
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First consortium inspiration event in the Netherlands

One year and a half into the project, the We are Able! consortium convened in Utrecht for a series of workshops and presentations. The partners reflected on the work of the past months and exchanged plans and ideas for the coming ones. Going forward, three themes will take centre stage: disability inclusion within the consortium, ‘Shift the power’ and equal partnerships, and internal and external communication.
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Sustainable Development Goals and disability inclusion

Making members of Parliament aware of the Sustainable Development Goals. That is one of the goals of a campaign setup by several organisations, amongst whom We are Able! partner VNGI. On May 16, a delegation from We are Able! was present during a meeting with Member of Parliament Hülya Kat, who ‘adopted’ sustainable development goal 1 (no poverty) and 2 (no hunger).
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We are Able! Are YOU able too?

During the Global Disability Summit 2022, a side event was organised on February 17, 2022from 10h00-11h15 CET titled “We are Able! Are YOU able too? – Co-creating InclusiveGovernance for Access to Basic Resources that Leaves No-One Behind.” This side event…

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