International Centre for Evidence in Disability
The International Centre for Evidence in Disability is a hub of expertise and competence in disability research and teaching in the context of public health and development. Centre events focus is on tools, techniques and evidence about disability, leading to scalable interventions.
Events in this series
Summer Screening: "The Little Girl Who Sold The Sun"
Issues around Sexual and Reproductive Health, including Maternity Care, of Women with Disabilities in Low and Middle-Income Countries
Introducing Ubuntu: a new approach to supporting families and children with disabilities
Access to health services for disabled people
Disability-Inclusive Social Protection: A Time for Action
Positions, policies and portrayals of deafblindness: film screening of Whirlpool
Disability and NCDs: What’s the link?
Youth researchers with disabilities conduct research on adolescent wellbeing
Missing Millions: How older people with disabilities are excluded from humanitarian response
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