National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People

Nothing About Us Without Us

Celebrating 25 years of fighting for the rights of persons with disabilities

Celebrating
WORLD DISABILITY WEEK

(2nd – 8th December)

Missing Million Campaign
3rd December 2021

About Us

National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People (NCPEDP) is a cross-disability non-profit organisation working with a range of stakeholders; to advocate for the rights of persons with disability along with encouraging their employment; increasing public awareness; creating and disseminating knowledge, information, and opportunities; and working towards easy and convenient access to all public places, products, services, and technologies.

Employment

Education

Access

Policy & Law

Awareness

Youth

Our Work

How We Work

We work through a multi-faceted approach to achieving its mandate, grounded in real-life stories and working with multi-stakeholders.

Programs

We work through programmes focusing on promoting the rights of persons with disabilities and undertakes direct and indirect interventions.

Campaigns

We engage, inspire and mobilise diverse groups to spread awareness and empower persons with disabilities to fight for their rights.

Researches

We work towards the generation, dissemination and application of research-driven evidence for promoting a disabled-friendly world.

Awards & Events

We recognise and discuss best practices and challenges faced by diverse groups, for the inclusion of persons with disabilities, through awards and events.

Legal Aid

We provide legal aid to needy persons with disabilities and connect them with the right sources for accessing justice.

Disability and COVID-19 Support Helpline

NCPEDP helpline for persons with disability dedicated for the prevention and response to abuse and distress

Call Us at: 7303944839

A Tribute to Javed Abidi

Javed Abidi was the pioneer of the cross-disability movement in India. Javed strongly believed that empowerment of persons with disabilities is connected to education, which in turn hinged on accessibility. And all three are not possible without enabling laws and policies.