For Attendees of the CoSP 2019 - Intersectional Barriers and Challenges for People with disabilities
Ticking a box, or building a movement?
Intersectional Barriers & Challenges for People with disabilities
June 12, 2019
11:30 am – 12:45 pm
CR 12, United Nations, New York
Permanent Missions of Canada
In research and data analysis, the use of an intersectional lens reveals significant findings for persons with disabilities. An intersectional perspective can help to identify vulnerable subgroups, such as Indigenous women or children and youth with disabilities, and to understand the barriers facing persons with disabilities. However, there are a number of challenges for the practical application of intersectionality, especially in the areas of policy, programs and services relating to persons with disabilities
Here is a copy of the presentation delivered by Bonnie Brayton, National Executive Director, DAWN Canada in PDF and Word format. Also attached is a link to DAWN Canada's resources mentioned during the presentation.