Sightsavers Reports

How do legal and policy frameworks support employment of people with disabilities in Uganda? Findings from a qualitative policy analysis study

This policy analysis reviewed the current legislation and policies on the economic empowerment of people with disabilities in Uganda and explored the views of national stakeholders on the implementation of these policies in practice. It found that anti‐discrimination policies can only do so much for disability inclusive recruitment.

Questions about policy implementation, stakeholder ownership, trust and efficiencies within the system and sufficient accountability mechanisms need addressing, if the existing framework is to be effective and positively impact the lives of people with disabilities in Uganda.

Beatrice trains intern Irene, who uses a wheelchair, at a hair salon in Uganda.
Journal article
Social inclusion
Date published
Journal of International Development
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