Vol. 8 No. 1

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Disability & the Global South (DGS), 2021, Vol. 8 No. 1

Special Issue: COVID-19 in South Asia- Edited by Nilika Mehrotra (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India) and Karen Soldatic (Western Sydney University, Australia)


COVID-19 in South Asia: State practices, responses and the experiences of persons with disability within the region

Nilika Mehrotra and Karen Soldatic
pp. 1873-1879

Life Becomes Harder: Intersectional Feminist Lens to Dis/abled Experience of Women in Afghanistan during Covid 19 Pandemic and Post Covid Development Context

Sharin Shajahan
pp. 1880-1891

Invisible to the Law: COVID-19 and the legal consciousness of persons with disabilities in Bangladesh

Arpeeta Shams Mizan
pp. 1892-1909

COVID 19 in Nepal: The Impact on Indigenous Peoples and Persons with Disabilities

Pratima Gurung
pp. 1910-1922

COVID-19 from the margins: Gendered-Disability experiences in Sri Lanka

Niro Kandasamy, Binendri Perera, Karen Soldatic
pp. 1923-1934

COVID-19 and State Responses in Pakistan’s Policy towards Persons with Disabilities

Saira Bano Orakzai
pp. 1935-1946

Making themselves heard: deaf people in India during the global COVID-19 pandemic

Ritika Gulyani
pp. 1947-1957

Psychosocial Consequences of COVID-19 on Persons with Visual Impairments

Mahima Nayar, Srilatha Juvva and Chitra Lakshman
pp. 1958-1971

Mental health of LGBTIQ+ people in India during the COVID 19 pandemic: risks, access, lessons

Suchaita Tenneti
pp. 1972-1981

Uncertain Personhood: Notes on Ageing and Disability in Guwahati During COVID 19

Vaijayanti Bezbaruah
pp. 1982-1992

Emergent Disability voices on Social Media during COVID -19 times

Nilika Mehrotra
pp. 1993-2006