Carew M, Colbourn T, Cole E, Ngfuan R, Groce N, Kett M. 2019. Inter- and intra-household perceived relative inequality among disabled and non-disabled people in Liberia. PLOS One. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0217873
Wafula S, Olenja J, Nyariki E, Groce N. 2019. Characterizing Disability in Kenya: Levels, Differentials and Correlates: A further analysis of the Census Data. PLOS One. In press.
Devkota H, Kett M, Groce N. 2019. Societal attitude and behaviours towards women with disabilities in rural Nepal: pregnancy, childhood and motherhood. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-019-2171-4
Abualghaib O, Groce N, Simeu N, Carew M, Mont D. 2019. Making Visible the Invisible: Why Disability-Disaggregated Data is Vital to “Leave No-One Behind". Sustainability (Switzerland). https://doi.org/10.3390/su11113091
Desmond, D., Layton, N., Bentley, J., Boot, F.H., Borg, J., Dhungana, B.M., Gallagher, P., Gitlow, L., Gowran, R.J., Groce, N., et al. (2018) Assistive technology and people: a position paper from the first global research, innovation and education on assitive technology (GREAT) summit Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 1-8.
Devkota HR, Murray E, Kett M, Groce N. 2018. Are maternal healthcare services accessible to vulnerable group? A study among women with disabilities in rural Nepal. PloS One 13(7):e0200370 Jan 2018 (Journal article)
Hunt, X., Carew, M. T., Braathen, S. H., Swartz, L., Chiwaula, M., & Rohleder, P. (in press). Withdrawn, strong, kind, but de-gendered: Non-disabled South Africans’ stereotypes concerning persons with physical disabilities. Disability & Society Advance online publication.
Rohleder, P., Braathen, S. H., Carew, M. T., Hunt, X., & Swartz, L. (in press). Creative collaboration on a disability and sexuality participatory action research project: A reflective diary account. Qualitative Research in Psychology . Advance online publication
Rohleder, P., Braathen,S., & Carew, M. T. (2018). Disability and Sexual Health: Key Global Issues. London: Routledge.
Hunt, X., Carew, M. T., Braathen, S. H., Swartz, L., Chiwaula, M., & Rohleder, P. (in press). Withdrawn, strong, kind, but de-gendered: Non-disabled South Africans’ stereotypes concerning persons with physical disabilities. Disability & Society Advance online publicationReports
Groce, N. (2018). Which one to use?: The Washington Group Questions or The Model Disability Survey. Leonard Cheshire Research Centre working paper series no. 31. London: LCDIDC. Find the full paper here or [Download paper 31 (pdf)]
Anciaes P, Boniface S, Dhanani A, Groce, N. (2014) Initiating Dialogue between Stakeholders and Establishing a Common Language for Community Severance through Cross-disciplinary Workshops. Street Mobility and Network Accessibility Series. Working Paper 1. July 2014.
Adioetomo, SM., Mont, D., Irwanto. (2014). Persons with Disabilities in Indonesia: Empirical Facts and Implications for Social Protection Policies. Jakarta, Indonesia:Demographic Institute, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia/Tim Nasional Percepatan Penanggulangan Kemiskinan (TNP2K).
Groce, N., Tramontano, C. (2014) Data and Persons with Disability in International Development: What types of data are needed on disability to inform DFID policy and practice and to add to the post-2015 agenda? Written Evidence the House of Commons Select Committee on International Development
Oosterhoff, P., Kett, M. (2014). Including People with Disabilities in Emergency Relief Efforts, Institute of Development Studies Rapid Response Briefing 8
Groce, N. (2014) Disability and Aging. In K. Horstead (ed) Facing the facts – the truth about ageing and international development. London: Age International
Lang, R., Kett, M., Groce, N. and Trani, J.-F. ‘Implementing the United Nations Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities: principles, implications, practice and limitations, (Elsevier Masson SAS on behalf of Association), 5(3) ALTER European Journal of Disability Research (2011) 206-220. 中文书名：《残疾人权利公约：海外研究》（2014年）英文书名：(Readings on the studies of CRPD: international perspectives of 2014) editors : Gerard Quinn and Jing LI. Publisher : People's Press of China
Groce, N., Keatley, R. (2014 forthcoming) Non-Signing Deaf in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre working paper series no. 24. London: LCDIDC.
Groce, N., Kett, M. (2014) Youth With Disabilities (pdf). Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre working paper series no. 23. London: LCDIDC.
Trani, JF., Kett, M., Bakhshi P., Bailey, N. (2013) Disability, vulnerability and citizenship: to what extent is education a protective mechanism for children with disabilities in countries affected by conflict? Chapter 10 in Singal, N. (ed.) Disability, Poverty and Education. Oxford: Routledge.
Groce, N., Bakhshi, P. (2013) Illiteracy among adults with disabilities in the developing world: a review of the literature and a call for action. Chapter 8 in Singal, N. (ed.) Disability, Poverty and Education. Oxford: Routledge.
Groce, N. (2013). Disability, Public Health and Social Injustice. Chapter 8 in Levy, B. S., & Sidel, V. W. (2013). Social injustice and public health. Oxford University Press.
Deluca, M. (2013) The dawn of inclusive education: how excluded children became like their peers 1969-1975 [L'alba dell'integrazione scolastica: come i bambini esclusi diventarono uguali agli altri (1969-1975)] Carocci editore: Rome