‘Nothing about us without us’ : the emerging disability movement and advocacy in China

By: Zhang, Chao.
Series: Disability & Society 32 (7) August 2017: 1096-1101. 2017Subject(s): DISABILITY | ADVOCACY | SOCIAL CHANGE | POLICY | CHINA | DISABLED PERSONS SELF HELP ORGANIZATIONS (DPOs)Online resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: The disability movement and disabled persons’ self-help organizations (DPOs) are emerging in China, some of which succeeded in promoting policy and social changes with special strategies. Based on an original survey and interview, this article explains the development and survival strategies of China’s DPOs, and especially interprets some successful cases of social advocacy and policy advocacy in the emerging disability movement.
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The disability movement and disabled persons’ self-help organizations (DPOs) are emerging in China, some of which succeeded in promoting policy and social changes with special strategies. Based on an original survey and interview, this article explains the development and survival strategies of China’s DPOs, and especially interprets some successful cases of social advocacy and policy advocacy in the emerging disability movement.

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