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Dilmurad Yusupov

This is a personal blog where I reflect on my research experiences with people with physical and sensory impairments and learning disabilities in Uzbekistan. I am interested in anthropology of disability, participatory methods, inclusion and social change.

Illustration by Eldos Fazylbekov / “Gazeta.uz” (The multiple stamps in green "Otkazano" in Russian mean "Refused"). On 27 January together with Oybek Isakov the chairperson of the Association of Disabled People of Uzbekistan (un umbrella cross-disability organisation uniting 26 NGOs run for and by disabled people)...

Photo source: Press-service of the Ministry of Healthcare of Uzbekistan (No sign-language interpreters) My friend Mamur Akhlidinov is a deaf blogger and author of Uzbekistan Deaf Society Blog and also a first year student at the University of Journalism and Mass Communications in Tashkent. Yesterday he wrote...

Illustration by Eldos Fazylbekov / “Gazeta.uz” Disabled people are facing various forms of discrimination in the labor market of Uzbekistan. Why laws and policies to ensure them with decent job opportunities are not working? My op-ed for Gazeta.uz. Today, December 3, is the International Day of Persons...

My second article for CABAR.asia focused on how to make national universities in Uzbekistan accessible for disabled students. In 2018, university applicants with I and II group of disability exercised their right to receive higher education. This was made possible due to the additional two-percent...

I had a chance to participate in the summer school for young researchers organised by the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) in Central Asia, the OSCE Academy in Bishkek and the Analytics School CABAR.asia. The idea behind organising this summer school was to...

On 8 November 2018, I published my first article in Russian on CABAR.asia titled "Who is left behind in statistics? Analysis of factors affecting disability measurement in Uzbekistan".  My assumption was that the official statistics don't include many disabled people in Uzbekistan. According to the...