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I investigate experiences of disability and forced migration in the UK, and explore how intersectional injustices could be addressed
- asylum seekers
- Disabled people
- social model
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Refining and promoting a ‘social model of asylum’ as a tool to transform responses to disability and forced migration in the UK.
1/10/21 → 30/09/23
The power of collaborative art in research for social changeYeo, R., 8 Mar 2022
Research output: Other contributionOpen Access
Disability and Migration: A mural for social change: Bringing together Deaf, Disabled and Asylum seeking people, 2021Yeo, R., 10 Dec 2021
Research output: Non-textual form › Digital or Visual ProductsOpen Access
The disabling borders of nation: An exploration of the causes, impact and possible alternatives to current intersectional inequalities associated with disability and forced migration in the UKYeo, R., 26 May 2021, 257 p. University of Bath.
Research output: Other contribution › PhD thesis (not Bristol)Open Access