Koller Inez Zsófia : Let’s bring them back!

Let’s examine social justice in the context of equal participation with a special attention on people with disability! The enquiry embedded in negative initial conditions, as in real life people with disability have initial disadvantages, follows a thought experiment about the original position with a specific aim: how can we change a situation that represents... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2023.2.2

Namomsa Daraje Gutama : Disability and response to COVID-19. On social protection in Sub-Saharan African countries – The case of Ethiopia

Across the world, it is estimated that there are more than one billion people living with disabilities and facing the intensified risk of poverty. This situation has dramatically increased since the occurrence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ethiopia is a country having more than one hundred million people; from this the number of disabled people was... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2023.1.5

Hoffmann Mária Rita : Ableism and disability on land and in waters: A dolphin’s tale about people, paying a special tribute to a fabulous dolphin

This paper recounts Winter’s, the empowering, prosthetic-tailed Dolphin‘s life. The author aims to tell and reflect on tales and truths regarding Winter’s incredible story – by relating to the dolphin’s life from various perspectives in order to record and highlight both well-known and rarely considered aspects. She aims to initiate readers to think over contexts... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2022.1.6

Kellems Ryan, Wheatley Alex, Petersen Doug, Cutrer-Párraga Elizabeth : Perceptions of Special Education Services Delivered Through Online Learning Environments During COVID-19

Elementary and secondary schools saw a major shift in how instruction was delivered during the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools across the United States shut down or participated in online learning. This shift to online learning led many to question how special education services should be delivered to students with disabilities. The purpose of this study was... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2022.2.2