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Implementing disability inclusive development in the Pacific


Implementing disability inclusive development in the Pacific

DEVELOPMENT BULLETIN
No.74, June 2011

Contents
Features and case studies
Progress with implementing conventions and strategies
Progress with capacity building
Progress with disability-inclusive education
Disability-inclusive research
Innovative inclusion
Review of urbanisation in the Pacific
Development assistance and disability

The Development Studies Network
The Network provides information and discussion on social, economic and environmental development issues. It is in regular contact with development-related academic courses and organisations, government and non-government development organisations and community-based development groups. The Network publishes the Development Bulletin, a journal that focuses on cutting edge development issues, development theory and practice. It runs occasional seminars on development policy and annual conferences on international development. The Network is located within the Resource Management in Asia–Pacific Program at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the Australian National University.
 

The Development Bulletin
The Bulletin is the journal of the Development Studies Network. It is an occasional publication that is available in hard copy and online for free download. The Development Bulletin includes commissioned and submitted papers. Each issue focuses on a specific development topic and provides papers from multi-disciplinary perspectives. The Bulletin, while academic in focus, is accessible to a wide range of readers. It includes papers and case studies from both academics and non-academics and those working in a range of government, community and non-government development activities. Papers are short and concise.
Each issue also includes background information, suggested literature, useful organizations on the specific topic.