Editorial: Special Issue: Understanding Disability in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Elvis Imafidon
Charlotte Baker

Keywords

Sub-Saharan Africa, disability, human rights, decolonial

Abstract

This essay provides an overview of the Special Issue: Understanding Disability in Sub-Saharan Africa, and briefly outlines its intentions and the thematic content of the issue.

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