Contemporary challenges in disability law, policy and practice in Africa 805
Faculty of Law
In this module a multidisciplinary approach is adopted to disability law, policy and practice. The focus is on contemporary challenges in disability law, policy and practice in an African context and selected topics may include:
Contemporary challenges in disability law, policy and practice in Africa
Anthropology of disability in an African context
Disability and intersectionality in an African context, exploring multiple identities and cumulative discrimination
Disability and social change in an African context
Disability rights in practice: legal capacity, supported decision-making and independent living in an African context
Disability and development in Africa: Inclusive development and the sustainable development goals
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