Pacific Sisters with Disabilities at the Intersection of Discrimination

Author/s: Daniel Stubbs and Sainimili Tawake

Pacific Sisters with Disabilities (2009) explores the multiple forms of discrimination that women and girls with disability in the Pacific face that are compounded by their gender and disability. The report provides recommendations for Pacific Islands Governments, Women’s Organisations, Disabled Persons Organisations, Donors and Non-Governmental Organisations to enable women with disability to participate in, and benefit from, community, national and regional development processes in the Pacific.


OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THIS RESEARCH:
  • Publisher: UNDP
  • Date Published: April 30, 2009
  • Language published in: English
  • Search keywords: Women with Disabilities, Discrimination, Intersectionality, Girls

TOPICS:
Health, Women with Disabilities