Medical Research Council (MRC)


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20 Park Crescent
London W1N 4AL

The MRC promoes and supports high-quality research and postgraduate training in the biomedical and other sciences with the aim of maintaining and improving human health. The MRC has laboratories in Uganda, The Gambia and Jamaica. The Resource Centre is not open to the public

INASP-Health (International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications-Health)


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58 St Aldates
Oxford OX1 1ST

INASP-Health is a cooperative network of more than 1000 organizations and individuals worldwide, working together to improve access to relevant, reliable information for health professionals in developing and emerging countries. Participation in the network is free of charge and without obligation. INASP-Health provides a number of services to support the health information development community worldwide. The Health Information Forum (HIF) is a series of thematic workshops, providing a neutral forum for discussion, debate, and sharing of ideas and experience among providers and users of health information. INASP-Health Advisory and Liaison Service provides and maintains an extensive database of the activities of network participants, facilitating collaboration, liaison, and sharing of experience and expertise. HIF-net at WHO is the email discussion list dedicated to issues of health information access in resource-poor settings. Through its capacity-building programme, INASP-Health facilitates strategic and practical workshops within developing countries, in response to requests received. INASP-Health is currently working with colleagues in Africa, Asia, and Latin America to explore the development of 'HIF' groups at regional and national level. INASP-Health seeks to support the work of its end user stakeholders (researchers, scientists, educators and development practitioners), through its partnerships with enabling stakeholders such as information and communication managers and organisations, and enabling institutions and bodies (research, scientific, educational, policy and development organisations and networks).

Gender and Development Network (GADN)


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c/o ActionAid
33-39 Bowling Green Lane

"GADN is a diverse, effective and inclusive membership network made up of leading UK-based non-governmental organisations’ (NGO) staff, practitioners, consultants and academics working on gender, development and women’s rights issues"

Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law


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American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Avenue
NW - Washington DC 20016

The Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law is a faculty of the American University, Washington. It focuses upon the legal aspects and implications of abuse and misuse of human rights in a variety of settings, with the human rights of those with disability/impairment forming a part of this focus. 

World Enabled


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2429 8th Street
Suite A
Berkeley, CA

An educational non-profit organisation which is based upon the social model of disability. The aim of WorldENABLED is to strive to ensure that a fully inclusive society has been engendered, with a barrier-free access to equality of opportunity

University of Sydney


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The University of Sydney
NSW 2006

The University of Sydney has have 75 research centres, 12 ARC Centres of Excellence, 15 Cooperative Research Centres and are rated above world standard for 75 percent of almost 100 academic fields. They offer We offer the widest range of academic programs of any university in Australia, with eight disciplines ranked among the top 20 in the QS 2014/15 World University Rankings. There are 16 faculties and some of them focus on Health Sciences, Medecine, Nursing and Midwifery, Pharmacy, and Sciences

Mercy Corps Nepal


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Mercy Corps, Nepal
Sanepa Chowk, Lalitpur
P.O. Box 24374

Mercy Corps Nepal works in agriculture & food security, access to finance, disaster risk reduction and climate change, and youth engagement, with the inclusion of women and disadvantaged groups as a cross-cutting theme

Sabah Integrity Alliance Association (SINAR)


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Lot 6, Tingkat 1, Blok C, Bandar Fajar, Jalan Leila, 90000, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia

Sabah Integrity Alliance Association (SINAR) is a local non government organization (NGO) established in 2016 aim to help the community in various aspects of issues including welfare, humanitarian, human resources, human rights and education.

Tropical medicine and international health

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Tropical Medicine and International Health is the Official Journal of the Federation of European Societies for Tropical Medicine and International Health.

"Tropical Medicine & International Health is a multidisciplinary journal publishing work throughout the field of tropical medicine and international health, including: infectious and non-infectious disease; parasitology; clinical diseases and medicine of the tropics; epidemiological theory and fieldwork; tropical medical microbiology; medical entomology; tropical public health and community medicine; international health policy; and health economics." (From publisher's website)

Intersectionalities - A Global Journal of social work analysis, research, research,policy and practice


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School of Social Work
Memorial University of Newfoundland

"Focus and Scope


The purpose of this journal is to share knowledge and facilitate collaborative discourse amongst social work theorists, practitioners, educators, activists, researchers, and the community members they serve within local, regional and global contexts. The journal seeks to promote social justice by providing a forum for addressing issues of social difference and power in relation to progressive practise, education, scholarly inquiry, and social policy.


The journal aims to underscore issues relating to oppression, privilege and resistance in society and social work. Of critical consideration are the ways in which intersections of age, disability, class, poverty, gender and sexual identity, madness, spirituality, geographical (dis)location, rurality, colonialism/imperialism, indigeneity, racialization, ethnicity, citizenship and the environment are enmeshed in processes of social justice and injustice."

Disability Evidence Portal


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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Keppel Street

The Disability Evidence Portal is a knowledge exchange platform that seeks to enable and empower decision makers with evidence-based knowledge to make decisions on how best to improve access, health, education, livelihood and social outcomes for people with disabilities worldwide.

DEP aims to do this through the following steps:

Identifying questions highlighting gaps in knowledge around disability-inclusive development. 
Informing disability-inclusive policy through high-quality evidence synthesis (evidence briefs).
Address the evidence-to-action gap through innovation and digital knowledge management solutions.

DEP is implemented through the International Centre for Evidence on Disability (ICED) at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and supported by the Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL).