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Learning to see invisible children : inclusion of children with disabilities in central Asia / edited by Martyn Rouse and Kate Lapham.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2013
Publication:
New York : Open Society Foundations, 2013.
Format:
  • Book
  • viii, 192 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • Introduction / Kate Lapham and Martyn Rouse
  • Tradition, stigma, and inclusion: overcoming obstacles to educational access in Tajikistan / Benjamin Gatling and Manzura Juraeva
  • Out of the shadows: the work of parents in inclusive education in Tajikistan / Christopher M. Whitsel and Shodibek Kodirov
  • Parent activism in Kazakhstan: the promotion of autistic children's educational rights by the Ashyk Alem Foundation / Mariana Markova and Dilara Sultanalieva
  • Fools rush in: a path to inclusive education in Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan / Nils J. Kauffman and Larisa Popova
  • "Raising children without complexes": successes and shortcomings in implementing inclusive education in northern Kyrgyzstan / Cassandra Hartblay and Galina Ailchieva
  • Umut Nadezhda Rehabilitation Center / Anastasia Kokina and Nina Bagdasarova
  • Conclusion: the road ahead / Kate Lapham and Martyn Rouse.
Contributor:
Lapham, Kate.
Rouse, Martyn.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9786155225673
6155225672

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