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Advocacy Campaign for the Rights of People with Disabilities: A Participatory Action Research within a Community-based Rehabilitation Project in Maharashtra, India

Jaiswal, A. & Gupta, S., Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2016)

This paper aimed to demonstrate how participatory action research (PAR) within a Community-based Rehabilitation (CBR) project facilitated community participation to advocate for the rights of people with visual impairment. An advocacy campaign, led by the local people with and without disabilities, was launched for the construction of an accessible foot over- bridge (FOB) at Vangani railway station in Maharashtra, India.

Community-Based Rehabilitation for People With Disabilities in Low- and Middle-income Countries: A Systematic Review

Iemmi, Valentina Gibson, Lorna Blanchet, Karl, et al., Eds.: Campbell Collaboration, (2015)

International Development vol. 11. DOI 10.4073/csr.2015.15

Community-based Inclusive Education: Best Practices from Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras

Pförtner, K., (2014)

Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development, Vol.25 (2014) pp.72-81 This article highlights some lessons about the strategy of community-based inclusive education, drawn from different programmes in Latin America.

CBR Training Manual


LIGHT FOR THE WORLD is a European confederation of national development NGOs committed to saving eyesight, improving the quality of life and advocating for the rights of person with disabilities in the underprivileged regions of our world. The guidelines reflect both the ongoing developments within CBR during recent years and the strategic debates between CBR practitioners from around the world as to the very ideology behind CBR. The goal of the new CBR guidelines is to assist with the development of CBR practice in the many countries around the world where it is practiced.

Community-Based Rehabilitation as we have experienced it…

World Health Organization (WHO), (2002)

…voices of persons with disabilities - Part 1

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