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Disability & the Global South (DGS), 2023, Vol. 10 No. 1

SPECIAL ISSUE: Thinking critically about inclusive education in Southern contexts.

Guest Editors: Leda Kamenopoulou (Department of Psychology and Human Development, IOE, UCL) and Amani Karisa (Education and Youth Empowerment Unit, African Population and Health Research Center, Kenya; and Including Disability in Education in Africa (IDEA), University of Cape Town, South Africa.


Editorial: Inclusive education in the Global South: can we turn promises into actions?

Leda Kamenopoulou and Amani Karisa
pp. 2181-2188

Listening to the voices of children with disabilities in Colombian Escuela Nueva schools

Julia Hayes
pp. 2189-2209

Facing the challenge of understanding how Northern biases and assumptions impact the research process: Considering the researcher positionality in exploring local practice of disability-inclusive education in Uganda.

Claire Brundle
pp. 2210-2231

Inclusive Early Childhood Development and Education in Kenya: what do parents, teachers and children understand, perceive and experience?

Mary Wickenden, Josephine Njungi, Brigitte Rohwerder
pp. 2232-2262

Towards Inclusive Education: Narratives of Setting Up a School for Students with Disabilities in Afghanistan

Shehreen Iqtadar, Brent C. Elder, Nasir Ahmad
pp. 2263-2282

Examining culturally responsive inclusive education practices in mainstream schools in the United Arab Emirates: A preliminary study to trial an evidence-based framework

Rhoda Myra Garces-Bacsal, Daisy Loyd, Clementina Aina , Sana Butti Al Maktoum, Amani Ahmed, Zachary Walker
pp. 2283-2306


Mental health as an educational outcome: Lessons for inclusive education from the Austral in Neuquén, Argentina

Chantal Figueroa
pp. 2307-2317