The African Network for Evidence-to-Action in Disability
disability research is translated into policy and practice for the realisation of the rights of persons with disabilities in Africa
the challenge is clear, namely, translating research into evidence-based advocacy, policy, practice and products, particularly in the pan-African
The inclusion of researchers, disability activists and advocates, as well as government and civil society, renders an inclusive forum to tackle some of these obstructions through constructive dialogue at tri-annual conferences
Bringing cultural resources such as the collective support of Ubuntu philosophy, with its strength of fostering harmonious relationships, has proven to be a supportive, empowering approach to AT services
One of the conference outcomes at KNUST was an advocacy group called ‘Advocates for Disability-Friendly KNUST’ – A for D-KNUST. Membership of the group comprises staff from CEDRES and other lecturers and administrators from KNUST.
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