Recording and additional resources from webinar on Disability- making CLTS fully inclusive

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Disability and inclusion- follow on from the webinar

Since many of you wanted to continue the exchange of knowledge, ideas and questions, I have set this thread up here. Please feel free to share experiences, comments and questions. I will later post the link to the recording and other resources here too.

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Here is a link to the Frontiers Issue 3 on Disability: Making CLTS fully inclusive
www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/reso...clts-fully-inclusive

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Re: Recording and additional resources from webinar on Disability- making CLTS fully inclusive

On Thursday 30th October, the CLTS Knowledge Hub together with Hazel Jones (WEDC) and Jane Wilbur (WaterAid) hosted a webinar on the theme of the recently published Frontiers issue 3: Disability-Making CLTS fully inclusive.

You can now listen to a recording of the webinar and download the powerpoint presentation here on the CLTS website: www.communityledtotalsanitation.org/reso...ording-and-resources
You will also find a list of resources for further reading on disability, equity and inclusion in WASH.

Get in touch if you have specific questions that follow on from the webinar or post your questions, ideas and views here.

More about the webinar

CLTS aims at total sanitation. For that it has to be inclusive. There are ethical reasons for this, but the bottom line is that while any open defecation continues, all are affected. This webinar will focus on people with disabilities and their particular needs for access to sanitation. People affected tend not to be present at triggering, to lack voice in the community, to have their needs overlooked, and may even be hidden by their families. An initial presentation will outline the reality of the experiences of disabled people, the varied nature of their needs and share examples of how their needs can be met. This will be followed by an open discussion about practical steps that people engaged in CLTS can take to make the different phases and processes of CLTS more inclusive.

Petra Bongartz
CLTS Knowledge Hub at the
Institute of Development Studies
Brighton
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