Disabled People Have Unique Perspectives On Risks And “Reopening”

We are all struggling right now with how to assess risks, both for ourselves individually and for society as a whole. The stakes are extremely high. But one of the few advantages disabled people have during this pandemic is that we understand risk better than most. We live and work with it every day of our lives.

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Emergency management, Human Rights, Social Justice, Case Studies

Andrew Pulrang


Date published:
Sat 16th May, 2020