DSST 443

Activism and Advocacy

Units: 1.5

Focuses on activism and advocacy as crucial processes in the creation of social change to ensure the participation of people with disability as full and equal citizens in society. The processes and strategies of activism and advocacy will be examined. Students are encouraged to develop a critical ethical perspective in which to ground their activism and advocacy work.

Undergraduate course in Disability Studies offered by the School of Public Health and Social Policy in the Faculty of Human and Social Development.

Summer Fall Spring

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