Box 2: The ADCAP ‘model’ Training was conducted using the ‘Inclusion of Age and Disability in Humanitarian Action’ resources. This took the form of a two-day workshop drawing on resources produced by RedR: a Learner’s Workbook, a Training Handbook and a Training Slideshow. Eight inclusion advisers were recruited into each of the eight ADCAP agencies (Islamic Relief Worldwide UK, Islamic Relief Pakistan, Christian Aid International UK, Christian Aid Kenya, Kenya Red Cross Society, CBM Kenya, HelpAge International Pakistan and Concern Worldwide Pakistan). The advisers were supported through e-learning modules and webinars developed by, as well as face-to-face training of trainers to help them identify barriers and opportunities, influence and manage change and, crucially, develop organisational action plans. The advisers then went on to lead training and change processes within their own and partner organisations. This involved carrying out organisational assessments identifying areas where policies on inclusion were weak, and recommending areas for improvement. Coaching and mentoring support was provided to and by the advisers during this process. One of the key summaries of good practice (4.8 develop inclusion competency of staff involved in humanitarian action) recommends that organisations adopt the ADCAP Inclusion Advisor model using ADCAP’s tools, training and face-to-face training of trainer models to embed inclusion within their organisations. This is a resource-intensive model, and so needs buy-in from senior managers wishing to move beyond a tick box approach and see this as a ‘have to have, rather than a nice to have’, as one of our interview respondents put it.