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To have their voice heard - for participation in society

Published: 11 January 2022

The opportunity to make one's voice heard is central from a democratic perspective. For adults in need of communication support and children and young people in vulnerable situations, it is therefore important to remove obstacles to participation in society. Åsa Gardelli, new professor of pedagogy, talks about her special education research that is related to the situation of people with various disabilities and how their quality of life can be improved. The research also concerns school activities with children and young people in need of support.

To have their voice heard - for participation in society

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Åsa Gardelli

Åsa Gardelli, Professor, Special Educational Needs Programme Coordinator

Phone: +46 (0)920 492370
Organisation: Education, Education and Languages, Department of Health, Education and Technology