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Disability and Inclusive Development Series


Disability and Inclusive Development Series
The latest book in the Disability and Inclusive Development Series
 
 
Poverty and Disability
Edited by Tanya Barron and Jabulani Manombe Ncube

‘This book deserves to be the benchmark by which all future books on disability and development are assessed.’ Professor Lawrence Haddad, Director, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK

With contributions from academics, practitioners and disability activists from around the world, this book provides a comprehensive analysis of the factors linking poverty and disability from an economic, development and human rights point of view. Chapters cover:

Poverty, disability and aid
Mainstreaming
Lifelong learning, waged employment, self-employment and microfinance
Disability in post-conflict countries
Social protection and universal design
 
 

Disability and Inclusive Development
Edited by Tanya Barron and Penny Amerena

‘This book provokes, inspires and engrosses readers whose common goal is social justice and empowerment of people with disabilities.’ Professor Ajit K Dalal, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad, India

Disability and Inclusive Development is a unique book written for students, academics, policy makers and practitioners. Its four chapters form an excellent introduction to the field and cover:

Community-based services
Inclusive education
Economic empowerment
Conflict

Together they form a call to action to make all development inclusive through changes to international policy and practice.

 
Disability and Inclusive Development
Book for purchase:
This book provokes, inspires and engrosses readers whose common goal is social justice and empowerment of people with disabilities.
Link: http://www.lcint.org/?lid=3681