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Dilmurad Yusupov

Activist researcher advocating for disability inclusion in Uzbekistan, disability and development consultant 


Photo: A woman is pushed in a wheelchair, as she arrives by ferry after fleeing from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, at the Isaccea-Orlivka border crossing, Romania, March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov/File Photo Together with social scientists and humanities scholars researching disability in Eastern Europe and Eurasia...

Photo: Our inclusive team at disabled people's organisation NGO "Sharoit Plus" It is already more than a month since we organised the first-ever Inclusive Business Forum in Tashkent on 23 November 2021. The idea of holding such a forum came out of our project www.ishplus.uz (Job...

Back in July 2021, Sophie Ibbotson, Uzbekistan's Tourism Ambassador to the UK, invited me to contribute to the forthcoming OCA Magazine issue on UK-Uzbekistan bilateral relations and write about why social inclusion and accessibility in the arts and culture is so important. The article was published in...

Illustration: Eldos Fazylbekov / Gazeta.uz The involvement of blind and visually impaired teachers in the education system is necessary for the promotion of inclusion in this field of Uzbekistan. But have equal conditions and opportunities been created for them to carry out teaching activities like teachers without...

Photo: Abdulaziz Salimov, a blind Mathematics student at the National University of Uzbekistan, by Konstantin Bashlaev How are disability-inclusive employment and innovations interconnected? Why is inclusivity in the field of information and communication technologies of practical importance for persons with disabilities and society and business in...

Photo: Deaf Muslim women at a local mosque in Tashkent greeting each other This working paper resulted from my doctoral research fieldwork conducted in Tashkent in 2018-2019. It now seems to me that I would never think about the relationship between disability and religious inequality if...