International Journal of Disability and Social Justice
Disabled people make up roughly a fifth of the world’s population. As people with different forms of ascribed impairment or functional limitation, they continue to experience exclusion and disadvantage in all parts of the world because of ableism and an array of disabling attitudes, systems, structures and practices. Read the research published in the Journal to find out about these processes of disablement. The Journal always aims to critique, re-imagine and develop new approaches to social justice for disabled people. We are concerned with critiquing injustice and finding ways to build inclusive environments, technologies and societies.
Print ISSN: 2732-4036
Online ISSN: 2732-4044
The International Journal of Disability and Social Justice (IJDSJ) is a new international and interdisciplinary journal in the field of Disability Studies, providing an outlet for scholars and academic-activists.
Launching in 2021, the Journal will be of interest and use to the broader community of disabled people and their allies, who are working to challenge injustices and build inclusive societies.