Researching Disability-Inclusive Education in Sub-Saharan Africa and
Unpacking barriers, realizing enablers & exploring solutions
The Inclusive Education Initiative, in partnership with the University of Cambridge, University of Gondar, and Kathmandu University is hosting a workshop series which will bring researchers and academics from Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia together and provide a platform to share perspectives on the disability-inclusive education research priorities in their regions. The workshop series will:
- Identify the research priorities in the field of disability-inclusive education and their potential contributions.
- Understand the challenges faced by the Southern scholars while researching and publishing on disability-inclusive education.
- Promote the visibility of Southern scholarship.
- Promote collaboration and build alliances amongst universities in the Sub-Saharan African and South Asian Regions.
The third workshop, focused on researchers from South Asia, will take place on Wednesday, September 8, from 7:00 am to 09:30 am (EST) | 5:00 - 7:30 pm (Dhaka). A fourth and final workshop will take place on Thursday, September 30th from 7-9:30 am EST which will bring all participants from the three previous workshops (East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa, and South Asia) together for the regional exchange of ideas.
More information about the Workshop Series, could be find on the event page.
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