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Eight years of piecing together the puzzle(s) of inclusion, innovation and intersectionality

Coming full circle

As we come full circle, we don’t end at the same place but rather re-create a new path as we enrich our understanding of and further promote NOW-Us. What does this principle mean to us and what power does it hold?

Coming full circle

As we come full circle, we don’t end at the same place but rather re-create a new path as we enrich our understanding of and further promote NOW-Us. What does this principle mean to us and what power does it hold?

The Power of Nothing About Us Without Us! (NOW-Us!)

We started eight years ago to run an innovative grant facility for diversity and inclusion. To reach the furthest behind first and support their empowerment, their influencing capacities and the amplification of their initiatives.

For Voice it means recognising, respecting and ensuring that rightsholders are leading their own change agendas for inclusion, development and rights.

Join us as we celebrate the beauty of diversity and the power of inclusion! Through this map, we share with you the vibrant energy of Voice focus countries as we look back on our journeys the past eight years, and more importantly, look forward to what we can still do together. Keep posted as we continuously update this map with snippets from celebrations around the different countries!

RISING VOICES AROUND THE WORLD!

The Netherlands
Mali
Niger
Nigeria
Uganda
Tanzania
Kenya
Laos
Cambodia
Philippines
Indonesia
The Netherlands
Mali
Niger
Nigeria
Uganda
Tanzania
Kenya
Laos
Cambodia
Philippines
Indonesia

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

  • Grantee Partners, Linking and Learning facilitator, Voice Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda Country Team and Coordination Team Representatives

    Blogu ya Tafakari: Sherehekea Miaka Nane ya Ushirikiano Wenye Ufanisi (Reflective Blog: Celebrating Eight Years of Impactful Partnership)

  • Celebrating Innovative and Inclusive Impact at Voice@8: The Power of Inclusion

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INCLUSION. INNOVATION. INDABA.

The Inclusion Innovation Indaba (I3) is a platform to share lessons, doubts, successes and surprises. This fifth Indaba, with the main theme of ‘The Power of NOW-Us!’ is the final event in a series of 13 close out events around the Voice-focus countries, bringing alive the principle of NOW-Us in our actions and practices.

DAYS TO THE INDABA

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Voice has always been about the rightsholders and their narratives. It is about understanding the differences and similarities among communities and advocacies, the boundaries and possibilities when we come together, and the magic this togetherness brings when we uphold each other’s dignity. Listen to the magical moments of individuals and organisations from our Voice community!

MAGIC OF VOICE(S)

  • Yayasan Inisiatif Perubahan Akses menuju Sehat (IPAS) Indonesia

  • Women can stand up: Women without disabilities and Women with Disabilities

    Wycliffe Osangco and Elsie Mulindi Makungu, Kenyan Paraplegic Organization - Kenya
  • With passion: Making sex work a safe industry

    Sherry, Asian Pacific Network of Sex Workers (APNSW) - The Netherlands
  • Winning through Networking and Partnership - Boosting  Public Participation

    Coalition on Violence Against Women - Kenya
  • Visually impared at the forefront of decision-making

    Geofrey Juma, National Taxpayers Association - Kenya
  • The isolated boy became an LGBTQIA+ influencer

    Vanton - Cambodia
  • Teamwork and mapping transform Ogiek Community conservation practices

    Lilian Kiriongi, Chepkitale Indigenous Peoples Development Project (CIPDP) - Kenya
  • Reclaiming one's indigenous identity

    Nam Ratha - Cambodia
  • Neath’s Voice Journey

    Sreyneath Chhun - Cambodia
  • More than a disability

    Dim Sophea - Cambodia
  • Me, You and Us

    Ishita Dutta, Voice Global Programme Manager - The Netherlands
  • I thought I was alone – but I am not!

    Albinism Umbrella - Uganda
  • I can lead! 

    Dat Nguyen, PARD Vietnam - The Netherlands
  • God did not make mistakes in creating me!

    Jeff B. Cagandahan, Intersex Philippines - Philippines
  • From social isolation to leading social change

    Ann Khhort - Cambodia
  • Football is for everyone: Women and People With Disabilities can play

    KEFEADO - Kenya
  • FISH FOR SEX – NO MORE!  

    National Taxpayers Association - Kenya
  • Fighting myths with love and support

    Africa Albinism Network (AAN) - Tanzania
  • Communities of Practice, in practice!

    Saophorn Phoeng, Voice Cambodia - Cambodia
  • Changes through face to face interaction

    Kids and Teens Resource Center (K&TRC) - Mali
  • Be brave!

    Pich Chhoeub - Cambodia
  • A voice about the Magic of Voice

    Nicolette Matthijsen, former Steering Committee member - The Netherlands
  • A strong woman emerges

    Keo Navy - Cambodia

Here’s to more years of piecing together and discovering a bigger, more vibrant picture of inclusion!

Here’s to more years of piecing together and discovering a bigger, more vibrant picture of inclusion!

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