End the Cycle promotes the human rights and lived experience of persons with disabilities in low and middle income countries
End the Cycle promotes tools and resources to help international development practitioners raise awareness of and practice disability-inclusive development.
Persons with disabilities in low and middle income countries tell their own stories in their own words. They personally approve the stories and photographs that represent them.
End the Cycle’s free and downloadable resources can be used in all sorts of activities and programs to powerfully portray the cycle of poverty of disability, and that it can end when persons with disabilities are included in development programs.
End the Cycle’s unique human rights methodology means this is one way you can bring the lived experience of persons with disabilities from low and middle income countries into all your activities, in accordance with the ‘nothing about us without us’ principle.
If you have any questions or comments about End the Cycle and its resources, please contact CBM Australia.
If you or your organisation uses End the Cycle resources, we would love to hear from you as CBM Australia is planning the next phase of this project to take place in 2024.