World Enabled is a global education, communications, and strategic advisory group. We support companies and governments with the full implementation of legal mandates for inclusion and diversity. Our work and research initiatives further innovative approaches to inclusive urban development. With our international partners, we help build inclusive societies where people with disabilities and older persons can fully develop their talents and reach their full potential.
To help organizations and communities create and sustain a radically inclusive, accessible, and resilient future for all.
The most trusted partner for building an inclusive future that unlocks human potential and leaves no one behind.
Advancing Radical Inclusion in Cities
Spread the C4All Global Compac to sensitize city leaders and practitioners on making cities inclusive and accessible.
Develop a blend of measurements, research tools and comparable data in order to design evidence-based inclusive policies Innovate in Urban Development.
Empower local practitioners to deliver inclusive and accessible policies through capacity building and training.
World Enabled implements our mission through evidence based research, strategic advocacy, and innovative partnerships to ensure inclusion and accessibility is at the center of development planning and processes.
The Inclusion Imperative: Cities Must Have an Inclusive Pandemic Response
Each year over 60 million people move into (and establish their lives) in urban environments. The COVID-19 pandemic may slow this down bu...
The Great Transformation: Future Cities and emerging trends for inclusive urban resilience
“The challenges of the new society are the challenges of the city. The majority of the world’s population already lives in cities and thi...
Outbreak responses can promote Cities for All: New research by UC Berkekey’s IURD
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed nearly 1 billion people with disabilities worldwide in an untenable situation. Policies such as social d...
Local Action for Universal Inclusion, Accessibility and building #Cities4All
Today we celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, noting the 11 years since the Convention on the Rights of Persons ...
15% of the world’s population, experience some form of disability
80% of persons with disabilities live in developing countries
96% of digital development projects fail to mention persons with disabilities as targeted beneficiaries.
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