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Disability and education: the role of NGOs in Pakistan

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NGOs play an important role in the education of persons with disabilities. Yet, we know very little, especially in the Southern context, how NGOs understand disability and education, and how this understanding translates into educational support that they provide and reflects in social, cultural, political and economic outcomes for young persons with disabilities. This study contributes to addressing that gap. In collaboration with NGOs as critical friends, this study employs a mixed method approach. The study is likely to inform whether or not the way disability and education are understood have an impact on the educational support that is provided and the difference that is made to the lives of persons with disabilities.

This talk is part of the FERSA Lunchtime Sessions series.

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