We advocate for evidence-based change
Using our research and programme expertise we work alongside partners, individuals, organisations and industries to accelerate change through policy, public engagements, consultancy, innovation activities and by amplifying the voices of disabled people.
Minister for Trade, Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt, hosted a parliamentary reception marking the official UK launch of WHO-UNICEF Global Report on Assistive Technology (AT) and the establishment of the world's first WHO Collaboration Centre on AT at GDI Hub's Academic Research Centre based at UCL. The Global Report for AT was built on much of the work from the UK’s largest ever aid investment into assistive technology, AT2030, led by GDI Hub.
GDI Hub is a founding partner of WeThe15 - which brings together the biggest coalition ever of international organisations from the worlds of sport, human rights, policy, business, arts, and entertainment, including representative organisations of persons with disabilities. Together they will work with governments, businesses, and the public over the next decade to initiate change.
We tell the stories behind the innovations, the people behind the products and the pathways to success. Our webinars and digital events provide a window into our work, a space for us to share insights, tells stories and hear from others in the disability innovation space. Catch up on our back catalogue.