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Available: Summer 2021

Explores global perspectives of Community Based Rehabilitation as a strategy for equalization of health, education and social inclusion of persons with disabilities. Design, implement and evaluate CBR programs and examine basic CBR frameworks, health and disability policy, global partnerships, education and training strategies.

NOTE This course falls under a selection of courses with a focus on Interdisciplinary Studies in Global Health and Disability that will be offered only at the Bader International Study Centre.

PREREQUISITE Level 4 and a minimum GPA of 1.9 and registration at the BISC.

This course explores global perspectives of community based rehabilitation (CBR) as a strategy for equalization of opportunities, social inclusion and participation of persons with disabilities. It prepares students to design, implement and evaluate CBR programs for and with persons with disabilities internationally by using a gender sensitive and human rights based approach. Students will examine basic CBR concepts and frameworks, health and disability policy, global partnerships, education and training strategies, the World Health Organization CBR Guidelines as well as their application in a variety of CBR programs globally.

The Bader International Study Centre (Queen’s University, Canada) is committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment that is fair, positive, and supportive for all members of our community.
We strive to ensure all members’ views are valued and shared in a secure environment through a commitment to upholding equity*, diversity**, inclusion***, and advancing indigenous initiatives.
The BISC supports the fair treatment and opportunity for all by asserting the importance of non-discriminatory treatment either directly or indirectly on the ground of age, disability, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.   

*Equity: Substantive fairness for everyone thereby ensuring that members of equity-seeking groups are able to achieve full participation in the university (BISC). 

**Diversity: The representation of the population with respect to designated groups. 

***Inclusion: The climate and acceptance of differences that comes with diversity i.e. different ways of living and working. 

Land acknowledgement: Queen’s University, Canada is situated on Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory.

Bader International Study Centre
Herstmonceux Castle
Hailsham, East Sussex
United Kingdom, BN27 1RN
Phone: +44 1323 834444
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Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
Canada, K7L 3N6
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