UCL Futures Grant
The UCL Global Disability Research Group have been awarded funding from UCL Futures to hold a four part seminar series followed by a one day conference to be held in April 2010.
On this page you can download PowerPoint
presentations given as part of the UCL Global Disability Research Group
Seminar Series - a series of monthly seminars focusing on
cross-disciplinary global disability research.
Readers are welcome to download and use these presentations free of charge, but we do ask that they be referenced if any material is cited or copied from them.
8th December 2011: Poverty and Disability: A Critical Review of the Literature in Low and Middle-income Countries
Poverty and Disability: A Critical Review of the Literature in Low and Middle-income Countries - Dr Maria Kett, Assistant Director, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre, UCL
2nd June 2011: Do what you want: Making access accessible
Do what you want: Making access accessible - Professor Nick Tyler, Accessibility Research Group, UCL
5th May 2011: Disability and Poverty in Developing Countries: a snapshot from the World Health Survey
Disability and Poverty in Developing Countries: a snapshot from the World Health Survey - Dr Sophie Mitra, Department of Economics, Fordham University
14th April 2011: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Low-Income Countries: Access for all?
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH): Improving Access for All - Hazel Jones, WEDC, Loughborough University
Inclusive WASH Experience from WaterAid: What we have learned - Louisa Gosling, WaterAid
3rd March 2011: 'Disability to the Rescue?!' Strengthening Human Rights and Health Systems in Africa.
to the Rescue?!' Strengthening Human Rights and Health Systems in
Africa - Dr Mac MacLachlan, Centre for Global Health and School of
Psychology, Trinity College, Dublin
11th October 2010: The Future of Global Disability Research
'The Future of Global Disability Research' - Dr Tom Shakespeare, World Health Organization
'NGO Perspective on Global Disability Research' - Sunanda Mavillapalli, Leonard Cheshire Disability
'Disability Research in a Developing Country' - Dr Naila Z. Khan,
Bangladesh Institute of Child Health, Dhaka Shishu Children’s Hospital
'The Future of Global Disability Research' - Michele Moore, Editor, Disability & Society
'What are the gaps in disability research? NGO perspectives...' - Diane Mulligan, Programme Development Adviser.
18th March 2010: Disability and Poverty - A Perspective from the World Bank
'Exploring the Relationship between Disability and Poverty' - Daniel Mont, Senior Poverty Specialist, The World Bank
11th February 2010: Humanitarian Disaster Relief: Disability and the new Sphere Guidelines
'Humanitarian Disaster Relief: Disability and the new Sphere
guidelines' - Dr Maria Kett, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive
Development Centre, UCL.
'Beyond Standards: what Sphere can't do for disability in disasters' -
Dr John Twigg, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geometric
'HEA Responses: what happens to disabled people when disaster strikes?' - Jazz Shaban - World Vision
10th June 2009: 'Don't see disability without ability'
Listening to the voices of
adolescents with disabilities in South India – Gayatri Kembhavi, Institute of Child Health, UCL.
20th May 2009:
‘Barriers to Including Disabled People in
the Disability Policy-Making Process’ - Dr Raymond Lang, Leonard
Cheshire Disability & Inclusive Development Centre, UCL.
21st January 2009: 'Reconstructing development and disability'
The challenges and opportunities raised by focusing on the social
inclusion of disabled people in development programming' - Lorraine
Wapling, Disability and Development Specialist.
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