GDI Hub will lead inclusive design thinking of cities by influencing and working with partners and produce an evidence based global action report on how to deliver inclusive design in cities, Co-produced with persons with disabilities in support of the SDGs and NUA. Through evidence built from the UK Aid funded AT2030 programme we will deliver a Global Action report that demonstrates evidence based and tangible actions to deliver more inclusive cities for persons with disabilities. Through working with partners to deliver city case studies we will identify common challenges and opportunities to implementing inclusive design in cities. This research has been delivered in partnership with: Universal Progress ILC, Tegan Niigem, AIFO and Asian Development Bank in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; NIUA and Koran Society in Varanasi, India; Kota Kita in Surakarta, Indonesia; Kilimanjaro Blind Trust and Kounkuey Design Initiative in Nairobi, Kenya and SLURC in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The Global Action Report will be delivered with additional support from key global partners in disability-inclusive urban development such as World Blind Union. The impact of the report will be measured by reach to different cities and declared actions from cities themselves , with the aim of supporting pilot projects. The report itself will provide concrete areas of action to deliver inclusive cities, such as cities appointing inclusive design champions who can provide strategic leadership in this area. The Global Action Report will also demonstrate the potential of inclusive design to support the targets of the SDGs and NUA and benefits for social inclusion at large. A disability-inclusive city is a resilient and inclusive city for all.