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Access and inclusion

Celebrating International Day of People with Disability 2020 copy

2 Dec, 2020

International Day of People with Disability is an important day on Scope Global’s calendar. Every year on 3 December, we mark the day by raising awareness and celebrating the achievements and contributions that people with disability bring to our workplace, our programs and communities.

In 2020, we are celebrating with events across our programs and country offices.

We have also collated a series of stories that illustrate how we are working with people with disability across the Indo-Pacific region to remove barriers to inclusion and prioritise access for all.

At Scope Global, we are committed to enabling access and inclusion for all people, including people with disability. 

Through listening to and working closely with people with disabilities, we actively seek to remove barriers to inclusion in everything that we do. 

Our in-house team of disability inclusion experts - our Mavens - represent a diverse range of disabilities and bring their lived experiences of creating solutions to overcoming daily barriers. 

Meet our disability inclusion experts.  

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NCP scholars in Sri Lanka
7032 2019 with 7022 and 7066 Sri Lanka
14 Jul, 2021

Scope Global continues longstanding engagement with the New Colombo Plan.

Scope Global has been appointed to deliver Managed Administrative and Support Services for the NCP.

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Michael Zannis
15 Jul, 2021

Maven Inclusion seminar

Join Maven Senior Manager Alex Kay, along with Maven Advisors Nick and Michael, who combine their lived experience of disability and access & inclusion knowledge to deliver practical and transformational Disability Awareness Training.

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Standing from left : Bannau Tiiata (KIT Officer in Charge), Tareere Kaitara (Acting Deputy Director for Quality), Rokobati Tearo (Deputy Director for Human Resource), Mikaere Tioro (Deputy Director for Teaching and Learning). Sitting from left: Kantarawa Noa Yeeting (Ministry of Human Resource’s Acting Executive Assistant), Taabeta Amuera Teakai (Honorable Minister for MEHR), Bruce Cowled (Australian High Commissioner).
Kiribati team
25 Mar, 2021

10 years of skills training partnership in Kiribati

Since 2011, the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has supported in-demand, quality skills training in Kiribati, in partnership with the Government of Kiribati’ Ministry of Employment and Human Resource, through Kiribati Institute of Technology.

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