The research theme of human rights aims to investigate how some students and groups of students are denied their rights to, and within education, why this occurs and what can be done to overcome the inequity that these students experience. The research aims to better understand the notion of educational inequity from a rights perspective and to improve educational outcomes for marginalised and excluded learners.
Rights Theme - Research
The International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health for Children and Youth (ICF-CY) framework described by the World Health Organization (WHO, 2007) offers a way to conceptualize and describe a child or youth’s developing characteristics within his or her surrounding environme
Jude MacArthur, Anne-Marie McIlroy, Tegan Howard
Located theoretically in childhood studies and disability studies this case study explored one students’ successful experience in a New Zealand secondary school and her positive transition into a busy working adult life.
Dr Vijaya Dharan
The overarching objective of the project was to gain parents'/caregivers, perceptions of the usefulness and effectiveness of programmes and interventions at individual, school and family contexts for their children and young persons aged 0-21 with ASD. The project had three distinct phases.