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Open Research Case Study: Working with young disabled people

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Living Life to the Fullest has given children and young people with ‘life-limiting’ or ‘life-threatening’ impairments opportunities to ‘speak about their lives in “new” ways: as joyful, creative, fun, challenging, but ultimately liveable, just like anyone else’.

In this case study Kirsty Liddiard, Daniel Goodley and Katherine Runswick-Cole of the School of Education explain how open research has been central to this ESRC-funded project.

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