Organisations

Business Exchange on AIDS, Development (BEAD)

UK

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2nd Floor South
13 Gray's Inn Square
London WC1R 5JP

BEAD aims to help businesses respond to costly diseases by working in a collaborative interdisciplinary way with NGOs, academics and international institutions. The BEAD resource centre is open to the public

LOH Medical

USA

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318 Davis Street
Clarks Summit, PA
18411

Loh Medical is a supplier of durable medical equipment that specialises in providing assistive and rehabilitative technology to people with disabilities.

Examples of their products include power mobility equipment such as scooters and power chairs, pediatric pacer gait trainers, and other orthopedic devices. They are experts at assisting medical professionals, distributors and individuals in the selection of appropriate assistive technology, with a special focus on mobility.

LOH Medical knows the logistical and documentation needs of the international markets.

Their technical support assures many years of satisfaction for our customers, and the assurance of innovative solutions for special needs.

Users can visit their website to find the contact information for specific regions. LOH Medical has dedicated staff and offices located in key areas for easy accessibility to their clients.  

Bastion Europe Ltd

UK

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Level 18, 40 Bank Street
Canary Wharf, London E14 5NR

Our vision is to ensure advanced solutions for protection and comfort and to make them available around the globe. Bastion provide all type of disposable gloves and personal protective equipment

Packaging Express

UK

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Unit 5 Caxton Trading Estate, Middlesex

Packaging Express is a leading distributor of packaging products who sell packaging essential at your wholesale price all over United Kingdom. From cardboard boxes, bubble wrap, plastic carrier bags, corrugated paper, envelopes, etc. to other industrial packaging supplies, you’ll find everything at one place.

Youth Career Initiative (YCI)

UK

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International Tourism Partnership
Business in the Community
137 Shepherdess Walk
London
N1 7RQ
United Kingdom

ITP’s Youth Career Initiative (YCI) offers young people who are particularly vulnerable the opportunity to gain the skills and experience they need to take the first step in their career.

The three-month programme starts with classroom training in basic hospitality and English language skills. Then, through our unique partnership with world-leading hotel companies, we offer hands-on experience within the hotel industry.

We support young people, aged 18-24, who have faced a wide range of barriers, including people from low income families, those living without parental care, survivors of human trafficking, refugees and people with disabilities.

YCI creates an opportunity for both professional and personal development, equipping our graduates with the practical skills and self-belief to reach for greater goals.

Autistic Minority International

Switzerland

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Autistic Minority International
1200 Geneva

Autistic Minority International is the first and only autism self-advocacy organization active at the global political level. The NGO, founded as a non-profit association under Swiss law in 2013 and headquartered in Geneva, aims to advance the interests of autistics worldwide at and through the United Nations, World Health Organization, human rights treaty bodies, and other international organizations.

We believe that autistic self-advocacy is about more than disability rights. Estimated at one percent of the world's population, or seventy million people, autistics deserve the same protection and rights the international community affords to ethnic, religious, and linguistic minorities as well as indigenous peoples. There is an autistic minority in every country on Earth. Only minority status will put an end to discrimination and marginalization and permit all of us to be open about our condition without fear of repercussions. Autism is a distinct culture and identity. The only one we know.

For that reason, we seek to network autism self-advocacy organizations worldwide and act as a focal point for capacity building and the exchange of best practice on how to engage governments at the national, regional, and local level. We promote and assist in the participation of national and local self-advocacy groups at UN conferences and in UN processes and mechanisms. Where no effective national self-advocacy organizations exist, we will establish such. We are open to collaboration with UN member states, the UN system, the wider NGO community, autism charities run by non-autistics, researchers particularly in the social sciences and international law, the private sector, and individuals with a view to shaping global priorities and lifting our concerns onto the UN's agenda.