ADDC is an Australian based, international network focusing attention, expertise and action on disability issues in developing countries; building on a human rights platform for disability advocacy.
To promote the rights and inclusion of persons with disabilities in development activities, advocating that disability be fully integrated into all Australian development programs and policies.
- To be a collective voice in our region for awareness raising and lobbying on disability inclusive programs in developing countries.
- To ensure disability is integrated and mainstreamed into Australian development activities.
- To promote partnerships between Australian and international people and organisations working on inclusive development programs.
- To gather, develop and share expertise, resources and information on best practice in disability inclusion in developing countries.
- To promote, support and monitor the implementation of key international and domestic agreements and initiatives that benefit people with a disability in developing countries.
To Become a Member of ADDC -
Download Membership Application: Membership Package
Complete and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Download: ADDC Background (word doc)
Download: Principles for disability and development work by Australian agencies (word doc)
Download: WORKING WITH DPOS - A Guide for Donors and Development Partners.docx
Download: ADDC Strategic Plan 2014-2019 summary (word doc)
Download: Terms of Reference- ADDC Exececutive Committee. (word doc)
To find out about the members of the ADDC Executive Committee click Here