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IFES Inclusive Digital Advocacy Toolkit

The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) provides this Inclusive Digital Advocacy Toolkit as a new resource to support civil society organizations (CSOs), organizations of persons with disabilities (OPDs) and diverse advocates to use social media and technology in advocacy activities. As the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted marginalized communities such as young people, persons with disabilities, LGBTQI+ persons, women, rural communities, ethnic and religious minorities, Indigenous Peoples and others, digital advocacy has been a key tool in bridging the gap between advocates and decision-makers. The Inclusive Digital Advocacy Toolkit includes tips, detailed steps and specific examples of how advocates can add digital advocacy to their existing and future advocacy initiatives.

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The Alliance Accountability Toolkit for Road Safety

The Alliance Accountability Toolkit is a set of practical tools that empowers activists and NGOs to hold their governments accountable for the safety of all road users. Using the Accountability Toolkit, you will play your part in reducing road deaths and injuries, contributing to SDG 3.6 and the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021–2030. You will also help make our world safer, cleaner, more livable, more equitable, and more sustainable.

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Breaking Blind Stereotypes

Media can often misrepresent the blind and visually impaired community, but how are negative stereotypes shown in media, how do they impact perceptions of sight loss, and what is the Supercrip Stereotype? Catalin Brylla works in the specialist field of...
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