Handicap International is often among the first to respond to natural disasters and crises, and we stay behind long afterwards to ensure that disabled people get the long term support they need. We have around 3,500 local staff supporting disabled and vulnerable people worldwide in countries affected by conflict, disaster and poverty.
Handicap International staff regularly offer their insight to the media. We have a wide range of expert spokespeople available for interviews with UK and international journalists. Our press team can facilitate access to Handicap International staff and projects and provide a wide range of high quality reports, case studies, photos and video.
LATEST PRESS RELEASES
Women are demining for peace in Colombia 08/03/17
Press release | London, 8th March 2017 15:00 GMT
Children at risk from weapons contamination in Mosul, warns Handicap International 07/03/17
Press release | London, 7th March 2017 09:00 GMT
75% of people with disabilities feel excluded from humanitarian response 02/12/16
Press release | 2nd December 2016, 09:00 GMT.
Handicap International and IKEA Foundation: New partnership to create inclusive playgrounds in refugee camps 18/11/16
Press release | 18th November 2016, 08:00 GMT.
Mosul offensive raises fears of a major humanitarian crisis 21/10/16
Press release | London, 21st October 2016 13:00 GMT
Handicap International launches campaign to stop bombing civilians 13/10/16
Press release | 13th October 2016, 17:00 GMT.
Hurricane Matthew: Handicap International is assisting the most vulnerable in Haiti 10/10/16
Press release | London, 10th October 2016 18:00 GMT
Hurricane Matthew: Handicap International emergency teams assess the scale of the disaster in Haiti 07/10/16
Press release | London, 7th October 2016 17:00 GMT
Hurricane Matthew: Handicap International teams plan emergency response in Haiti 04/10/16
Press release | London, 4th October 2016, 18:00 GMT
New report highlights explosive weapons in Syria as the leading cause of forced displacements 28/09/16
Press release | London, 28th September 2016, 10:00 GMT