This page presents the outcomes of the research conducted in the ‘Breaking down Barriers’ learning trajectory.
- Pushing boundaries in disability advocacy, Breaking down Barriers to inclusion, Elbers W. (editor) (2020)
- The Disability Movement in Sierra Leone, Fragmented Yet Together, Brink A. v.d., Elbers W. & Ibrahim A. (2020)
- Advocating for inclusive education in North-West Cameroon. Realising behavioural change in a resource scarce environment, Custers T. & Elbers W. (2019)
- Organizational capacity and advocacy effectiveness, Taking stock of existing research, Elbers W. & Kamstra J. (2019)
- Stepping out of the shadows. Empowerment and the Young Voices Project in Zambia, Vogelzang L., Elbers W. & Mtonga Th. (2019)
- How inclusive is the disability movement? The case of North-West Cameroon, Boyco D., Elbers W. & Auma Okwamy A. (2019)
- Can exposure reduce prejudice? The introduction of police officers with disabilities in Sierra Leone, Peirolo S., Elbers W. & Ibrahim A. (2018)
- Advocacy for disability. Can participation enhance outcomes?, Frobisher E., Elbers W. & Ibrahim A. (2017)
- Effective advocacy for children with disabilities. Why the political system matters, Mohammed Z. & Elbers W. (2016)
- Advocating inclusive education in Cameroon. Which organizational resources matter?, Potthof S. & Elbers. W. (2016)
- Frobisher E. (2016). Disability Mainstreaming or Away-streaming? The Case of One Family People and the Girl Power Programme in Sierra Leone. MA Research Paper. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies (ISS).
- Potthof S. (2016). How Capacity Matters - Understanding Lobby and Advocacy for Inclusive Education in Cameroon. MA-thesis. Nijmegen: Radboud University.
- Mohammed Z. (2016). Easy Access, Easy Wins? Advocating for Inclusive Education in Cameroon. MA-thesis. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.
- Custers T. (2017). Opening up for Inclusive Education in Cameroon; Understanding frame resonance in NGO advocacy. MA-thesis. Wageningen: Wageningen University.
- Vogelzang L. (2018). Disability is not Inability. A Case Study of Empowerment of Young Persons with Disabilities in Zambia. MA-thesis. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.
- Jongenelen R. (2018). Exploring role models in disability advocacy. The case of the young voices programme in Zambia. MA-thesis. Leiden: Leiden university.
- Peirolo S. (2018). Cops without uniforms in Sierra Leone: challenging police officers’ stereotypes towards people with disabilities. MA-thesis. Wageningen: Wageningen University.
- Brink van den A. (2018). Together Yet Fragmented: A Comparative Case Study of the Women and Disability Movements’ Collective Identity Formation and Maintenance in Sierra Leone. RESMA-thesis. Leiden: Leiden university.
- Boyco B. O. (2018). How We Come Together: Exploring the Participation of Youth with Disability in Disability Associations of North West Cameroon. MA-thesis. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies.
Peer reviewed academic papers
- Elbers W. & Kamstra J. (2018). Which capacities do effective advocacy organizations require? Taking stock of advocacy research in non-Western contexts.
- Frobisher E., Elbers W., Okwany A. (2018). Gendered disability advocacy: Lessons from the Girl Power Programme in Sierra Leone, In: M. Berghs, T. Chataika, Y. El-Lahib and A. K. Dube (eds.) The New Disability Activism: Current Trends, Shifting Priorities and (Uncertain) Future Directions. Routledge.