Selected Publications for Disability and Development


Monitoring Manual and Menu (MM&M) for CBR and other community-based disability inclusive development programs

The University of Sydney team was: Ros Madden, Sue Lukersmith, Sally Hartley, Michael Millington, Charlotte Scarf, Nicola Fortune, Alexandra Gargett and Gwynnyth Llewellyn, of the Centre for Disability Research and Policy.

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Madden RH, Dune T, Lukersmith S, Hartley S, Kuipers P, Gargett A, Llewellyn G. The relevance of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) in monitoring and evaluating Community-based Rehabilitation (CBR). Disabil Rehabil 2013 Early Online: 1–12.

Lukersmith, S., Hartley, S., Kuipers, P., Madden, R., Llewellyn, G., & Dune, T. (2013). Community-based rehabilitation (CBR) monitoring and evaluation methods and tools: A literature review. Disability and Rehabilitation. Early online DOI: 10.3109/09638288.2013.770078


Llewellyn, G., Emerson, E., Madden, R., & Honey, A. (2012). The Well-Being of Children with Disabilities in the Asia Pacific Region: An Analysis of UNICEF MICS 3 Survey Data from Bangladesh, Lao PDR, Mongolia and Thailand. Sydney: Centre for Disability Research & Policy, University of Sydney. view here


Llewellyn, G., Madden, R., Brentnall, J.,Lukersmith, S., Mpofu, E., Bundy, A., Veitch, C. & Broom, A. (2011). A disability and development research agenda for Asia and the Pacific. Implementing Disability-inclusive Development in the Pacific and Asia, Development Bulletin, 74(1), 29-30. [View PDF]


Llewellyn, G., Makuwira, J., Madden, R., Brentnall, J., Lukersmith, S., Mpofu, E., Bundy, A., Veitch, C. & Broom, A. (2010). Developing a disability and development research agenda for Asia & the Pacific. CBM: Melbourne.[View PDF]