Resources with a purple star (*) feature CPIHD members as contributors

International and Inclusion Health at Home

HSE – National Social Inclusion Office

HSE – Emergency Multilingual Aid

HSE – Intercultural Guide

HSEland – Intercultural Awareness eLearning programme

Preparing to Volunteer

The Sphere Project – Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Human Response

DSA Ireland – Student guidelines for ethical overseas fieldwork

Communication Therapy International – Competency Framework

ADAPT / Communication Therapy International / OT Frontiers – Working in Less Resourced Settings (2017)

Disaster Response

Rehabilitation in disasters: Dos and don’ts

Rehabilitation in sudden onset disasters

Healthcare in Danger – The responsibilities of healthcare personnel working in armed conflicts and other emergencies

Communicable disease control in emergencies

Management of limb injuries during disasters and conflicts

Personal Development
NHS toolkit for the collection of skills from an international health project

VSO: Impact Beyond Volunteering

Resources for Migrant Populations

Migration and displacement

Refugees and forced displacement: International security, human vulnerability, and the state

IASFM – Code of Ethics: Critical reflections on research ethics in situations of forced migration


Physical therapy with survivors of torture and trauma

Physiopedia Introduction to Global Health Online Course (available free to ISCP members via Physioplus)*

Speech and Language Therapy
Developing Speech and Language Therapy as a profession in Uganda

The Importance of Speech, Language and Communication to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: A Summary of Evidence

Disabled Village Children, by David Werner

Leave No One Behind, by Homi Kharas, John McArthur and Izumi Ohno

Hans Rosling – “The Joy of Stats”
Survive International – “There You Go”

Bigger picture
Humanity and Inclusion – International Advocacy Publications

Economic profiles of countries

WHO: Report on Disability

ReliefWeb – Informing humanitarians worldwide

IASFM – Statement on Global Racism