James Rwampigi Aniyamuzaala
Aniyamuzaala James Rwampigi is a user of Hearing and Ear Assistive technology (HEAT) solutions and a researcher on topics related to Assistive technology, accessibility, Convention on Rights of Persons with disabilities and Diversity inclusion. James is a Humanitarian Action professional and a PhD Inclusive Design and Creative Technology Innovation Candidate at University College Dublin in Ireland. James’ PhD research is investigating how the Public funding and support system provide equitable public funding and support for Learners in need of Educational HEAT solutions. James is also one of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Ad hoc Advisory Group of Experts on Assistive Technology 2019-2022. He was an advisor on Inclusion and youth with disabilities for the UN Habitat Youth Advisory Board 2015-2018. James was one of the members of the UNFPA Expert and Technical Advisory group for the development of the global Report on Youth with disabilities, ending Gender based Violence and Realising Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.