Disability Culture and Politics is a new book series with UBC Press that seeks to highlight the rich diversity of disability scholarship.
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Mobilizing metaphor: Art, culture and disability activism in Canada
Mobilizing metaphor is a co-edited collection that illustrates how radical and unconventional forms of activism, including art, are reshaping the vibrant tradition of disability activism in Canada.
Disability Politics and Care: The Challenge of Direct Funding
Disability Politics and Care documents what happens when people with disabilities take control of home care services and explores key debates around the notion of “care."
Disability non-profit organizations in an age of uncertainty
This qualitative research project examines how non-profit organizations serving people with disabilities are faring in the current socio-economic climate with an emphasis on youth engagement.
Personal Support Worker Training in Ontario
This qualitative research project explores Personal Support Worker (PSW) training in Ontario, specifically the proposed education standard being developed by the Ontario government.