Disability Inclusive Development
Please note this course has been postponed until further notice.
Dates: 28, 29 & 30 June (two and a half-days)
Venue: Barnard Fuller, UCT Faculty of Health Sciences
Time: 08h30 to 17h00 (half day starts at 14h00 on 28th June)
Course fee is R 4 500 (Includes tea/coffee, hot lunch and course materials)
This two and a half-day course is aimed at professionals in all fields who want to learn more about how to include disabled people in mainstream activities. (i.e.: Community Based Workers, Non-Governmental Organizations, Disabled People Organizations, Government officials, Employment and Human Resources staff, Principals of Schools and project managers and Faith based Communities).
The first two days of the course will be divided between seminars and small group discussions in class, using the participants’ experiences of disability inclusion from their home and /or work communities.
- Concepts of disability inclusion in development
- Barriers and enablers to participation in different sectors
- Role of disabled people’s organisations and building alliances
- Mobilising local resources and stakeholders to enhance disability inclusion
Pre-reading material will be sent to participants prior to the start of the course and these readings will be integrated into the seminars and discussions in class.
A certificate of attendance will be given at the end of the course.
To register or for more information email email@example.com.