The Centre for Disability Studies is informed and strengthened by its collaboration with NNDR, The Nordic Network on Disability Research, an interdisciplinary newtork of scholars in the field of disability.
NNDR is a multidisciplinary network of disability researchers interested in cultural, societal and environmental dimensions of disability and marginalization. The purpose of NNDR is to advance research and development in the field of disability. NNDR provides a forum for researchers, particularly from the Nordic countries, to meet, present and discuss their research, as well as encouraging Nordic and international exchange and collaboration.
NNDR was established in Fredrikshavn, Denmark in 1997 and has grown into a large network of disability researchers, reflecting the growing interest in and importance of disability research in the Nordic countries.
The main meeting place for the network is the biannual NNDR conferences.
For more information please see NNDR web pages at http://nndr.org/