Disabled People and the Intersectional Nature of Social Inclusion

Disabled People and the Intersectional Nature of Social Inclusion

Edited by Alexis Buettgen, Fernando Fontes, Susan Eriksson, and Colin Barnes as part of the (In)Justice International Collective

/Deadline for Abstracts: 30 November 2022 /| /Deadline for Articles: 30 April 2023/

Social Inclusion, peer-reviewed journal indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index (Web of Science; Impact Factor: 1.543) and Scopus (CiteScore: 2.5), welcomes new and exciting research papers for its upcoming issue “Disabled People and the Intersectional Nature of Social Inclusion,” edited by Alexis Buettgen (McMaster University), Fernando Fontes (Universidade de Coimbra), Susan Eriksson (South Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences), and Colin Barnes (University of Leeds).

This thematic issue is the result of Social Inclusion’s partnership with research network (In)Justice International and is asking transnational and transdisciplinary studies/expressions of lived experiences facing disabled people across the globe from a social, human rights, and/or disability justice perspective. Intersectional analyses of the experiences of youth, 2SLGBTQI+, Indigenous and tribal peoples, ethnic minorities, refugees, and migrants, are particularly welcome.

Authors interested in submitting a paper for this issue are encouraged to read the full call for papers here https://www.cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/pages/view/nextissues#DisabilityInclusion. Toread about other Socioal Inclusion & (In)Justice International joint issue calls for papers please click on https://www.injustice-intl.org/cfp1-call-for-journal-abstracts