Vol. 8 No. 2

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Disability & the Global South (DGS), 2021, Vol. 8 No. 2


The community-based actions that removed barriers to inclusive education in Kenya  

Brent C. Elder, Mbuh Payne and Benson Oswago
pp. 2007-2034

Engaging girls and women with disabilities in the global South: Beyond cultural and geopolitical generalizations

Xuan Thuy Nguyen & Deborah Stienstra
pp. 2035-2052

‘Teachers Did Not Let Me Do It.’: Disabled Children’s Experiences of Marginalisation in Regular Primary Schools in China

Yuchen Wang
pp. 2053-2070

Indigenous people with disability: intersectionality of identity from the experience of Indigenous people in Australia, Sweden, Canada, and USA

John Gilroy, Margaretha Uttjek, Lavonna Lovern, John Ward
pp. 2071-2093

A WhatsApp virtual community of practice: Mental health education and support for practitioners during the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon

Sarah Burris, Kamila Pacholek, Madalina Prostean, Lynn Cockburn, Julius Nganji, Anya Ngo Nadege, and Louis Mbibeh
PP. 2094-2115


Emergency volunteer support for PWDs in China during the COVID-19 pandemic: reflections on the work of an online civil response network

Yue Xu and Qing Han
PP. 2116-2129