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Past Event

Redressing religious inequality for people with disability

23 June 2021 11:00–12:00

Online

Around the world, people with disabilities can be the most marginalised in society. Having a disability and being a member of a religious minority can exacerbate that marginalisation and social exclusion, including exclusion from financial support, leading to a cumulative impact on poverty and wellbeing.

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Join us for this event to hear about the latest international research on this issue, including experiences from India and Uzbekistan, and to discuss the steps that can be taken to strengthen the social inclusion of people living with a disability who are also from minority religious groups, to help them fulfil their potential to fully participate in society on an equal basis.

Co-Chairs

Panel speakers

  • Brigitte Rohwerder, Research Officer, Institute of Development Studies, co-author of ‘Freedom of Religious Belief and People with Disabilities: Evidence from India’
  • Stephen Thompson, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, co-author of ‘Freedom of Religious Belief and People with Disabilities: Evidence from India’
  • Dilmurad Yusupov, PhD Candidate, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
  • Professor Mariz Tadros, Director, Coalition for Religious Equality and Inclusive Development (CREID)

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