Communicability Global

  Dignity - Rights - Inclusion

Useful resources

Papers and articles

Barrett, H ., and Marshall, J. (2017). Understanding sexual and gender-based violence against refugees with communication disability.

Barrett, H., and Marshall, J. (2013). Implementation of the World Report on Disability: Developing human resource capacity to meet the needs of people with communication disability in Uganda. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 15(1): 48-52.

Miles, S., and Singhal, N. (2010). The Education for All and inclusive education debate: conflict, contradiction or opportunity? International Journal of Inclusive Education. 14(1): 1-15.

McLeod, S., McAllister, L., McCormack, J, and Harrison, L., (2013). Applying the World Report on Disability to Children's Communication. Disability and Rehabilitation 36(18)

World Health Organisation and The World Bank. (2011). World Report on Disability. Geneva. Author. Available online at <>



The aim of MAITS is to facilitate development through capacity-building amongst professionals or carers working in the disability and mental health sectors in low-resource countries. This is achieved through enabling skill and information sharing  via our website and through face-to-face trainings.

EENET - the Enabling Education Network - is an inclusive education information-sharing network, open to everyone. We help a wide range of people to access information and we encourage critical thinking, innovation and conversations on issues of inclusion, equity and rights in education.


Sustainble Development Goals:
Health and Education Advice and Resource Team - Dr. Susie Miles on Inclusive Education:
Handicap International Source resource centre:

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