The journal accompanies the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, as well as Agenda 2030 with the Sustainable Development Goals, in terms of content and expertise. The journal offers a cross-border exchange of information and aims to contribute to the further development of the professional discussion on social and development policy, intercultural and educational issues related to the inclusion of persons with disabilities in the Global South. Each issue is dedicated to a focal topic, which is complemented by individual contributions and a topical information section.
While thematic focus issues address specific facets of the thematic field, for which a call for papers is published in advance, interested authors can also submit abstracts on their own initiative.
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The journal is supported by:
Prof. Dr. Sabine Schäper, Catholic University NRW, Münster Department; Chairwoman of the Executive Board bezev
Dr. Isabella Bertmann-Merz, TU Munich
Dr. Christine Moeller-Bruker, Research Associate at AGP Social Research and at the Centre for Civil Society Development at the Protestant University of Applied Sciences Freiburg
Dr. Thorsten Hinz, Chairman of the St. Franziskus Foundation, Schramberg
Prof. Dr. Michael Boecker, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund, Member of the Executive Board bezev
Lars Wissenbach, Research Associate at the Centre for Planning and Evaluation of Social Services (ZPE) at the University of Siegen
Rebecca Daniel, Assisted Living and Learning (ALL) Institute, Maynooth University, Ireland
Gabriele Weigt, Managing Director Disability and Development Cooperation (bezev)
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