Inga is a disability and inclusion specialist, whose research examines narratives surrounding work, welfare and disability. She is currently completing her PhD at the School of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Leeds through funding from the Rosa-Luxemburg Foundation.
Inga holds a MA in Social Research from the University of Leeds. Her previous work has included examining the impact of and barriers to paid work experienced by young disabled people in Dhaka, Bangledesh. This work resulted in a policy brief published on the Desibility Blog.
At One South, Inga provides technical expertise on projects targeting youth and people who experience impairments. She is a strong advocate of inclusive policies and practices in development programming and adopts a critical lens to identify and combat ableist approaches.