In this article I describe how participatory visual methodologies can be used to
construct knowledge on inclusion and exclusion with girls with disabilities in Vietnam.
I suggest that this approach can shape knowledge on inclusion in relation
to disability and girlhood through its engagement with the voices of girls with
disabilities. This case study represents a decolonizing approach for understanding
the experiences of disabled girls in the Global South in ways that challenge the
Western framing of disability and girlhood.