This is the first time that DCDD will be awarding ‘small grants’ to its members. Why do we do this? Because we believe in the power of sharing. Sharing knowledge and expertise, sharing capacity, sharing practical tools and lessons learned. Because together we can make a stronger case for disability inclusion than when each of us goes at it alone. That’s what DCDD is all about. That’s why we value your membership of the network. That’s why we wish to add value to your initiatives for disability inclusion!
The Voices for Inclusion project provides a platform for marginalised groups to come together to exchange, learn and work together towards a more effective and inclusive advocacy. The peer-to-peer learning process takes place in two-phases, which hopefully results in a deep linking and learning process that helps the participating organisations to (self) identify best practices, encourage innovations, provide spaces for mutual learning, and strengthen the advocacy capacities of organisations representing the Voice target groups.