Under the auspices of the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism (CHRLP) at the McGill University Faculty of Law, the Disability-Inclusive Climate Action Research Programme (DICARP) aims to generate, co-produce, share, and translate knowledge on how efforts to combat the climate crisis can be designed and implemented in ways that respect, protect, and fulfill the rights of disabled people.
Led through a partnership between the McGill CHRLP and the Canada Research Chair in Human Rights, Health, and the Environment, DICARP collaborates closely with a growing international network of scholars, students, experts, and activists working in the fields of disability and climate change.