Religion, culture, and discrimination against persons with disabilities in Nigeria

@article{Etieyibo2016ReligionCA,
  title={Religion, culture, and discrimination against persons with disabilities in Nigeria},
  author={E. Etieyibo and O. Omiegbe},
  journal={African Journal of Disability},
  year={2016},
  volume={5}
}
Background There is not a lot in the literature on disability in Nigeria concerning the role that religion, culture and beliefs play in sustaining discriminatory practices against persons with disabilities. Objectives Many of these practices are exclusionary in nature and unfair. They are either embedded in or sustained by religion, culture and beliefs about disability and persons with disabilities. Methods Drawing on various resources and research on disability, this paper looks at these… Expand
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