Working with and on behalf of II

Inclusion International depends on a large network of people, organizations and agencies to advance our global vision of a world where people with intellectual disabilities and their families can equally participate and be valued in all aspects of community life.

In order to ensure that our partners or individuals acting in the name of II, have a clear understanding of the principles upon which we work; the activities and areas of action that we engage in and our expectations of accountability to our membership, we have developed the following guidelines for working with or in the name of Inclusion International

Guidelines for Organizations and Individuals working with Inclusion International (pdf)