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Still left behind: Pathways to inclusive education for girls with disabilities

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Executive summary

Girls with disabilities are among the world’s most marginalised groups of society, resulting from social norms and cultural bias around gender and disability. Those agencies committed to gender equity in education overlook the specific situation of and added barriers faced by girls and women with disabilities, and those who are committed

to disability inclusion and equity fail to apply a gender perspective. As a result, girls
with disabilities have limited educational opportunities.

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