“Making it Work” is a methodology for documenting good practices on inclusion of people with disabilities and analysing how these positive changes can be replicated or sustained. It provides a set of tools and guidelines for empowering groups to work collectively on documenting good practices and use this evidence to influence positive changes to policies, systems and services, in accordance with the principles of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). A practical guide, it introduces the Making it Work methodology and explains how it can be implemented. The guideline is primarily intended for organisations and all those promoting the full inclusion and participation of people with disabilities in society. This refers notably to Disabled People’s Organisations, none-disability and disability-focused NGOs. However, the concept of identifying, documenting and building on existing good practice can be applied to almost any setting/ organisational strategy. The guideline is intended to give an overview of how Making it Work can be used and support stakeholders with guidance on implementation.
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