1. Data & Evidence

Improving data and evidence to unlock investment into AT

  • Leading the research on reimagining value, impact, and return on investment
  • Gathering evidence to measure progress
  • Developing an Economics of AT framework methodology
  • Understand the factors driving discrimination and stigma
  • Support the World Health Organization’s first World Report on Assistive Technology

Sub-Programmes

  • Research, Evidence and Impact: Led by GDI Hub at UCL with the support of the IIPP, ALL Institute and Leonard Cheshire Disability. Framing the economics of AT around a  mission-led approach; developing a return on  investment framework and researching what  works to overcome stigma.

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People

Catherine Holloway

Catherine Holloway

Co-founder, Academic Director of GDI Hub and Associate Professor at UCL’s Interaction Centre.
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Dr Giulia Barbareschi

Researcher in assistive technology
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Dr Maria Kett

Co-Founder of GDI Hub, Associate Director and Head of Humanitarian and Associate Professor at UCL