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On the occasion of the publication of the volume Marginalized Groups, Inequalities and the Post-War Welfare State, you are warmly invited to attend a seminar about the book with Prof. Jet Bussemaker, Dr. Anouk de Koning and the editors Prof. Monika Baar and Dr. Paul Van Trigt.

Visual sources of the international year of disabled persons. Discussion of visual sources with Master students from the Public History course of the University of Amsterdam. These students are doing a public history project on the International Year of Disabled Persons (1981) and will highlight what they have found.

In 2020 vieren we 75 jaar bevrijding. In datzelfde jaar zijn in Den Haag de Invictus Games en in Tokio de Paralympische Spelen, allebei sportevenementen voor mensen met een handicap. Het lijkt toeval dat Tweede Wereldoorlog en gehandicaptensport zo bij elkaar komen, maar niets is minder waar.

On 2 December 2019, on the eve of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the team of the ERC research project Rethinking Disability organizes a symposium in the International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam (IISG/IISH)

This paper aims to put us in a better position to understand and evaluate the imperative to reduce suffering, not just as an abstract principle but in terms of the concrete social practices in which it gets instantiated and how they change over time.

Virtuous Suffering: New perspectives on the Ethics of Suffering for Critical Global Health and Justice

Joint workshop of the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health, University of Exeter and Rethinking Disability, University of Leiden

Poster for the screening of movie “Doof kind”.