Archives 2018

icon new articleCountry Report: Disability & Rehabilitation in Liberia: Presenting the country report on disability and rehabilitation in Liberia in West Africa from a diagnostic study carried out in 2018 ... Read more >>>

icon new articleIs there still leprosy in India: India eliminated leprosy in 2005, yet it continues to have 1.3 lakh new cases of leprosy every year. To understand how does that happen ... Read more >>>

icon new articleBasavanna to Sankardev: Poet Saints of India: About the wandering mistrals of India who sang messages of devotion, equality and non-discrimination over a period of centuries, with a focus on two such poet saints - Basvanna and Sankardev. Read more >>>

icon new articleDisability and Sexuality: Examples of Emancipatory Disability Research - a study on disability and sexuality carried out in Italy Read more >>>

icon new articleSunrise at the Shore Temple: A magical morning watching the sunrise at the shore-temple in Mahabalipuram, India. Read more >>>

icon new articlePlanning Emancipatory Research: 5th post in the series about Emancipatory Research focusing on things to keep in mind when you are planning an ER. Read more >>>

icon new articleThe Amazing Rock-Temples of Mahabalipuram (02): Second part of a post about the different kinds of rock-temples in Mahabalipuram, focusing on parts of the area known as Arjun's Penance. Read more >>>

icon new articleThe Amazing Rock-Temples of Mahabalipuram (01): First part of a post about the different kinds of rock-temples in Mahabalipuram, focusing on parts of the area known as Arjun's Penance. Read more >>>

icon new articlePromoting Empowerment: 4th post in the series about Emancipatory Research focusing on what is empowerment and how it can be promoted. Read more >>>

icon new articleExiled in Spinalonga: A Greek family saga of love, betrayal and leprosy from the island of Spinalonga. Review of the book "The Island". Read more >>>

icon new articleGod-Concept in Ancient India: All cultures developed their concepts of God, which were similar. Ancient Indians developed a God-concept which was different from others. Read more >>>

icon new articleUnderstanding Marginalisation for Emancipatory Research: Freirian ideas on systemic causes of marginalisation and how these can be used in emancipatory research. Read more >>>

icon new articleDifferent Research Approaches: Understanding different research approaches to see how emancipatory research is different from others. Part 2 of a series of posts on emancipatory research. Read more >>>

icon new articleSareo Street Art Festival 2018: My favourite ten art works from the open-air art exhibition held annually in the old city centre of Schio, in the north-east of Italy. Read more >>>

icon new articleResearch for promoting empowerment: How can research be used to promote empowerment of marginalised persons and groups? Part 1 of a series of posts on emancipatory research. Read more >>>

icon new articleA Buddhist in Mongolia: Visit to the house of an old friend in Mongolia brought out the recent history when under the communist regime the religious practices were prohibited. Read more >>>

icon new articleA world made for diversity: Sharing my thoughts from a training course for students with disabilities held in Mongolia in May 2018 about an inclusive world. Read more >>>

icon new articlePapermade - The Paperart exhibition Part 2: My favourite art exhibits from the Papermade exhibition held in Schio (VI, Italy) in December 2017. Read more >>>

icon new articlePapermade - The Paperart exhibition part 1: My favourite art exhibits from the first Papermade exhibition held in Schio (VI, Italy). Read more >>>

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You can check the full list of articles in the Yearly Archives of this blog: 2019 - 2018

You can also check the Thematic Archives: Art - Books - Disability, CBR & Emancipatory Research  - India - Italy - Leprosy - Travels

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