1. Setting the Scene: Disabled Sexual Experiences in Context2. Empirical and Conceptual FrameworkPart I: Empirical FrameworkPart II: Conceptual Framework3. SwedenPart I: The Policy LandscapePart II: Experiences of Sexual Facilitation in Practice4. England, UKPart I: The Policy LandscapePart II. Civil Society Activities5. The NetherlandsPart I: The Policy LandscapePart II. Civil Society Activities6. New South Wales, AustraliaPart I: The Policy LandscapePart II. Civil Society Activities7. Understanding Sexual Citizenship in Policy, Practice and Theory
Julia Bahner is a postdoctoral fellow at the School of Social Work, LundUniversity, Sweden and was formerly Marie Curie Individual Fellow at the Centrefor Disability Studies, School of Sociology, University of Leeds, UK. She holds aPhD in social work and has worked extensively with disabled people's organisations,sexual rights organisations and disability service organisations to developbetter policies and practices around sexuality, disability and support.