Working Paper

Working Paper: Expert Analysis from the Impact Initiative

Working in Partnership with Multiple Stakeholders on Global Policy Processes: Disability and Inclusive Education

Published on 1 November 2020

Given that policies, programmes, and research focusing on disability in relation to other forms of disadvantage has never been higher on the agenda, it is an opportune moment to identify how new evidence being generated can inform policy and practices locally, nationally, and internationally.

This working paper is a reflection on the lessons learned from the work on disability and education issues under the aegis of the Impact Initiative. It also captures insights and quotes from education policy actors and researchers who came together in a webinar in September 2020 to discuss what it means to work in partnership with multiple stakeholders on global policy processes related to disability and inclusive education.


Nidhi Singal

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REAL Centre, University of Cambridge, and The Impact Initiative


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