Name: Dr T. Chataika
Position: Senior Lecturer
Qualifications: P.Hd (Sp. Ed); M.Ed Special Needs; B.Ed Special Education; Dip (Sp Ed)
Research Interests: Inclusive Education, Disability awareness and disability mainstreaming in development processes, Disability politics, human rights and policy analysis, Disability, gender, theology, sexuality, HIV and AIDS, Disability and postcolonial theory, Indigenous knowledge systems, Community based rehabilitation and Qualitative research, focusing more on emancipatory disability research.
1.Chataika, T. Mckenzie, J, A., Swart, E. & Lyner-Cleophas, M. (2012). Access to Education in Africa: Responding to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Disability & Society, 27:3, 385-398.
2.Chataika, T. (2010) Inclusion of Disabled Students in Higher Education in Zimbabwe. In J. Lavia and M. Moore (Eds.) Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Policy and Practice: Decolonizing Community Contexts. New York: Routledge, pp. 116-131.
3.Chataika, T. (2008) Inclusion of Disabled Students in Higher Education in Zimbabwe: From Idealism to Reality – A social ecosystem perspective. Disability & Society, Vol. 23, 7, 677-678.
4.Mutepfa, M. M., Mpofu, E & Chataika, T. (2007). Inclusive Education Practices in Zimbabwe: Curriculum, Family and Policy Issues, Childhood Education, 83, 342-346.
1.Chataika, T. (in press). African Perspectives on Article 24 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, McKenzie, J. A, In G. Quinn & C. O’Mahony (eds), The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Comparative, Regional and Thematic Perspectives. London: Sage.
2.Chabaya, O. and Chataika, T. (in press). Roles and Responsibilities of Supervisors and Research Students/Candidates. In S. Modesto (Ed). Preparing Your Dissertation/Thesis at a Distance: A Research Guide. Publisher: Commonwealth of Learning.
3.Chataika, T. (2012). Postcolonialism, Disability and Development. In D. Goodley and B. Hughes (Eds) Social Theories of Disability: New Developments and Directions. London: Routledge, pp. 252-269
4.Lawthom, R. and Chataika, T. (2012). Lave and Wenger, Communities of Practice and Disability. In D. Goodley and B. Hughes (Eds) Social Theories of Disability: New Developments and Directions. London: Routledge, pp. 233-251.
5.Wazakili, M, Chataika, T., Mji, G., Dube, A.K. & MacLachlan, M. (2011) The Social Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Poverty Reduction Policies and Instruments: Initial Impressions from Malawi and Uganda. In A. H. Eide & B. Ingstad (Eds.). Disability and poverty: a global challenge. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 15-29.
6.Chakuchichi, D., Nyaruwata, L. and Chataika, T. (2012). Leonard Cheshire Disability International Schools for All-Inclusive Education – Zimbabwe Evaluation Report. Harare: Leonard Cheshire Zimbabwe Trust (Lenard Cheshire Disability International).
7.Chataika, T. Mulumba, M., Mji, G. & MacLachlan, M. (2011). The African Policy on Disability & Development (A-PODD) Project in Uganda. Dublin: A Centre for Global Health. Did What? Dublin: The Global Health Press (ISBN 978-0-9569011-1-8).
8.Chataika, T., Kallon, F., Mji, G. & MacLachlan, M. (2011). The African Policy on Disability & Development (A-PODD) project in Sierra Leone. Dublin: A Centre for Global Health. Did What? The Global Health Press (ISBN 978-0-9569011-4-9).
1.Chataika, T. (2013). Gender and Disability Mainstreaming Training Manual. Harare: Disabled Women in Africa (Supported by the GIZ Sector Initiative Persons with Disabilities on behalf of BMZ).