A woman can become Prime Minister or leader of the opposition. A man in a wheelchair can attend major international events. A blind person can visit the Prime Minister and be awarded for his work. But does this mean that our society is truly equal, or simply that a few women and people with disabil
Cities can have extraordinary achievements while some others are essentially prisoners in the home?
We need an inclusive society for many reasons, not least of which is that everyone should have the right to be a full participant in society. But a society also cannot be truly developed, cannot achieve its true potential, if it discounts or refuses the contribution of a significant portion of its population. Download