SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

Disability inclusion isn't a tick-box exercise. It's vital to achieving the SDGs

An ATM designed for visually impaired and people with disabilities in Sharjah, UAE. Image: Reuters/Satish Kumar

Caroline Casey

Founder and Director, The Valuable 500

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