Disability, conflict, and emergencies

KETT, Maria

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November 2009
1801-1803 p

This article examines the inclusion of people with disabilities in situations of risk, including armed conflict. It highlights that a combination of mainstreaming disability and specifically targeting groups within humanitarian work is most likely to lead to greater inclusion and long-term benefits for the whole community. This article is useful to people interested in disability, conflict and emergencies
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The Lancet, Vol 374, Issue 9704

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