The Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development
Centre is an academic research centre based at University College
- undertakes field research studies with Leonard Cheshire Disability, partners of the Global Alliance, and many other research partners;
- provides expertise for policy makers and other stakeholders (UN agencies, donor agencies, NGOs and DPOs) primarily in developing countries in international development and global health, inclusion, empowerment and mainstreaming;
- participates in academic networks, and shares research expertise and knowledge through fieldwork, publications and teaching.
The Centre is dedicated to generating a body of knowledge about disability issues that helps to improve the lives of people with disabilities, their families and their communities, around the world.
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