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US-China Forum 2021: Addressing Inequality and Promoting Social Welfare

CUI Fengming

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CUI Fengming

Director of the China Program, Harvard Law School Project on Disability

Harvard University

CUI Fengming joined the Harvard Law School Project on Disability (HPOD) in June 2008. Currently, she serves as HPOD’s Director of the China Program. She is also an adjunct professor at the Renmin University of China Law School and a senior fellow at the Renmin University of China Disability Law Clinic. CUI holds a Doctoral degree in special education from Boston University with a focus on justice, education, and disability as well as an EdM in education from Nanjing University in China with a focus on higher education and disability. CUI’s main scholarly interests, research, and writing cover issues of rights to inclusive education; comparative research on best practice in inclusive education; disability studies, inclusion, and law; disability laws and policies in China; family involvement and systems of support; the development of disability related organizations for disability rights; and disability and general social development.