This data has been collected by Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) as part of the Innovation to Inclusion (i2i) programme. It is a citizen-generated data source which is intended to complement official data sources.
The OPDs use the Inclusion Counts: Disability Data Tracker to collect and analyse the data in order to assess the extent to which the national legal and policy framework is in compliance with Articles 27 (Employment) and 28 (Adequate Standard of Living and Social Protection) of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The OPDs will use their findings below to design and deliver a data-driven advocacy campaign.
Knowing where your country is in implementing the different aspects of Article 28 can help you understand what is going well, what needs to be changed and what reforms are needed to move into the championing phase of implementation.
Based on the assessment findings, the Inclusion Counts tool can identify the legislative (legal) and policy priorities in your country as well as what changes are needed in practice to fully realise the rights enshrined in Article 28