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Source E-Bulletin, Disability and Inclusion

September 2016

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This email bulletin is a selection of 25 resources recently added to the Source collection on Disability and Inclusion. To search the full collection, visit: www.asksource.info
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1. Women and girls with disabilities. Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. General comment No. 3 (2016). Article 6 

OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONERS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (OHCHR), Geneva – September 2016 


2. Right to inclusive education. Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. General comment No. 4 (2016). Article 24 

OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONERS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (OHCHR), Geneva – September 2016 


3. Good practices of accessible urban development - Making urban environment inclusive and fully accessible to ALL 

UNITED NATIONS SECRETARIAT, DEPARTMENT FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS (UNDESA), New York – August 2016 


4. Towards Inclusive Education - The impact of disability on school attendance in developing countries 

MIZUNOYA Suguru, MITRA Sophie, YAMAZAKI Izumi, UNICEF INNOCENTI RESEARCH CENTRE, Florence – May 2016


5. Out of the shadows : Making Mental Health a Global Development Priority 

MNOOKIN Seth - WORLD BANK GROUP, AND WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION - April 2016


6. Inclusive Business Creation - Good Practice Compendium 

EUROPEAN COMMISSION, EMPLOYMENT SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION, ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (OECD), OECD Publishing, Paris – June 2016


7. Major Groups and Other Stakeholders discussion papers to the HLPF 2016 (including submission by the Stakeholder Group of Persons with Disabilities) 

INTERNATIONAL DISABILITY ALLIANCE (IDA), Geneva – 2016 


8. Victim assistance in the context of the use of explosive weapons in populated areas 

HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL, Lyon – September 2016 


9. Promoting good policy for leadership and governance of health related rehabilitation: a realist synthesis

MCVEIGH Joanne, MACLACHLAN, Malcolm, GILMORE Brynne, MACLEAN Chiedza, EIDE, Arne H., MANNAN Hasheem, GEISER Priscille, DUTTINE Anthony, MJI Gubela, MACAULIFFE Eilish, SPRUNT Beth, AMIN Mutamad, NORMAND Charles – BIOMED CENTRAL, London – August 2016 


10. Protect us! Inclusion of children with disabilities in child protection

KUPER Hannah, BANKS Morgon, KELLY Susan, KYEGOMBE Nambushi, DEVRIES Karen – PLAN INTERNATIONAL, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDECINE (LSHTM), INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR EVIDENCE IN DISABILITY (IECD), Woking – June 2016 


11. Who is being left behind in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America? 3 reports from ODI 

LYNCH, Alainna – OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (ODI), London – February 2016 


12. Enabling a Global Human Rights Movement for Women and Girls with Disabilities: Global Disabled Women's Rights Advocacy Report 

WOMEN ENABLED INTERNATIONAL INC., Washington – March 2016 


13. Community-based rehabilitation for people with disabilities / Systematic review summary

IEMMI Valentina, KUPER Hannah, BLANCHETT Karl – LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE, INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE FOR IMPACT EVALUATION LONDON INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (3IE), London – May 2016


14. Inclusive education: what, why, and how: a handbook for programm implementers

HEIJNEN-MAATHUIS Els – SAVE THE CHILDREN, London – March 2016


15. WCPT report : the role of physical therapists in disaster management

SKELTON Peter, SYKES, Catherine – WORLD CONFEDERATION FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY, London – March 2016 


16. Mental health problems in Juba, South Sudan: local perceptions, attitudes and patient care / A socio-anthropological study

LOHINIVA Anna-Leena - HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL, Lyon – May 2016


17. Roads to inclusion, a tool for identifying progress in community-based rehabilitation projects 

LIGHT FOR THE WORLD, Vienna – February 2016 


18. Travelling with a disability / Guideline

CHRISTOFFEL BLINDENMISSION, Bensheim – July 2016 


19. Participatory and emancipatory approach in disability research / Possible allies for supporting active citizenship, civil rights and actions of social innovation

TRAINA, Ivan – CONSIDERING DISABILITY, Leeds – August 2016 


20. Preventing the Zika Virus: Understanding and Controlling the Aedes Mosquito 

LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE, London – August 2016


21. e-Learning course on health financing policy for universal health coverage (UHC) 

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO), Geneva – August 2016



22. Global Disability Watch 

THE CRITICAL INSTITUTE, Malta – 2016


23. Influence & ethics - Handicap International's analyses, alerts, debates and recommendations on policy and ethics 

HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL, LYON – October 2015 


24. Who Cares About Independence?

SHAKESPEARE Tom – BBC Radio 4, London – September 2016 


25. Washington Group presentation

LOEB Mitchell – HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL, Lyon – 2015 

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