Are disabled peoples' voices from both South and North being heard in the development process? A Comparative analysis between the situation in South Africa, Zimbabwe, United Kingdom and Northern Europe

Abstract

The research was undertaken from February 17 to end of June 2005. Four questionnaires for Governments, Donors, disabled peoples' organisations (DPOs) and disabled persons (DPs) were designed and tested in South Africa and Zimbabwe. United Kingdom and Northern Europe had it own questionnaire, targeting DPOs only, and the literature on disability and disability policies of these countries was also reviewed.

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Citation

Are disabled peoples’ voices from both South and North being heard in the development process? A Comparative analysis between the situation in South Africa, Zimbabwe, United Kingdom and Northern Europe, Disability Knowledge and Research Programme, 77 pp.

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