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Lunchtime Seminar: ‘Why include disability in your research? … and how to do it’

ICED Seminar Series 2017-18

LSHTM Student Experiences:
 ‘Why include disability in your research? … and how to do it’
Panel of current and former MSc and Doctoral students
Date: Thursday 26th October 2017
Time: 12:45 – 13:45
Venue: Lucas Room (LG81), Keppel Street Building, LSHTM
This event will be…

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Database of Social Protection & Disability in Asia-Pacific & Africa

In 2015, a review was undertaken of social protection programmes to identify those that were either disability targeted or had some element of disability inclusion within their design. The review covered social assistance, social insurance and labour market programmes in Asia-Pacific and in Africa, and used a two-stage…

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ICED Newsletter: October 2017

Online Course, Students and Lego!
Dear all,

The new batch of MSc students are starting at LSHTM this week, which is always an exciting time. Each year several students focus on disability for their dissertations, and this is a great experience for both us and them. Please see our “focus…

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‘Why to include disability in your studies and how to do it?’ Lunchtime Seminar Series 2017-18

Seminar Series 2017-18
Autumn Term
“Why to include disability in your studies and how to do it?”
Date: Thursday 26 October 2017
Time: 12:45-13:45
Venue: Lucas Room – LG81,  LSHTM, Keppel Street, London 

Please bring your lunch and join us for a dynamic hour of research-sharing…

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ICED Newsletter: September 2017

Participatory research training, Maldives, papers and more!
Dear all,

The new academic year has started! Our pencils are sharpened and we are getting ready for new adventures. I hope that you had a wonderful summer.

Last month we held our first research skills training workshop for young people with disabilities…

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ICED Newsletter: August 2017

Dear all,

Summer is in full swing and I am sure that many of you are enjoying your holidays, and are scattered across the globe.

I am writing this newsletter from Brazil, where I am based for one month to work on various projects around babies affected by Zika, as…

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Available Now: Download “Apprendre a connaitre la Paralysie Cerebrale” in French

Download “Apprendre a connaitre la Paralysie Cerebrale” in French
Download high quality versions of each module:

Apprendre a connaitre la paralysie cerenrale (759Kb)
Module 0: Avant de Commencer (938Kb)
Module 1: Introduction (740Kb)
Module 2: Evalyer votre enfant (1.13Mb)
Module 3: Positionnement et porter (1.77Mb)
Module 4: Communication…

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ICED Newsletter: July 2017

Dear all,

Happy 4th of July!

We are delighted that the special issue of the Disability in the Global South journal is out – focusing on Disability and the SDGs, and edited by ICED and Shaun Grech. Read Here This issue follows-on from our 2016 Symposium on the same topic…

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*New* ‘Disability, Health & Human Development’ – Audio Recording & Slide Show:

ICED Seminar Series: Summer 2017
Disability, Health & Human Development 
Speaker: Dr Sophie Mitra, Fordham University, New York, USA
 Audio Recording & Slide Show Here 
This event was held on Monday 3 July 2017, 1.00 – 2.00 PM
This talk covers the main messages from Dr Mitra’s forthcoming…

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*New* ‘Adolescents and Young People Living with a Disability’ – Workshop Recording

The International Centre for Evidence in Disability (ICED) and the Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive, and Child Health (MARCH) were pleased to host the following workshop:

‘Adolescents and young people living with a disability or chronic conditions … sharing research experiences’
Audio-Recording & Slide Show Here
This workshop was…

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