4 edition of Human rights and disabled persons found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Theresia Degener and Yolan Koster-Dreese.|
|Series||International studies in human rights ;, v. 40|
|Contributions||Degener, Theresia, 1961-, Koster-Dreese, Yolan.|
|LC Classifications||K637.Z9 H86 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 757 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||757|
|LC Control Number||94043563|
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The United Nations' Decade of Disabled Persons has served as a time for standard setting in the field of human rights and disability, and has created the need to evaluate the relevant human rights instruments for disabled persons. The most basic of human rights, the right to life, is the focus of this book.
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This book develops a legal argument as to how persons with intellectual disability can flourish in a liberal setting through the exercise of human rights, even though they are perceived as non-autonomous. Disabled persons have the inherent right to respect for their human dignity.
Disabled persons, whatever the origin, nature and seriousness of their handicaps and disabilities, have the same fundamental rights as their fellow-citizens of the same age, which implies first and foremost the right to enjoy a decent life, as normal and full as.
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This book develops a legal argument as to how persons with intellectual disability can flourish in a liberal setting through the exercise of human rights, even though they are perceived as non-autonomous.
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Hendriks. Standard rules in the disability field - a new United Nations instrument-- B. Lindqvist. The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) recognises the barriers that people with a disability may face in realising their rights.
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The ADA is a major civil rights law that prohibits discrimination of people with disabilities in many aspects of public life.
The disability rights movement continues to work hard for equal rights. Organizations by and for people with disabilities have existed since the s. However, they exploded in popularity in the s.
A human right is an entitlement which belongs to every person, regardless of whether they have a learning disability or not.
The Human Rights Act applies to every person resident in the United Kingdom. Why is the Human Rights Act important for people with learning disabilities. The Human Rights Act places a duty on public authorities to ensure.
‘Without a human rights-based culture the aims of the CRPD cannot be achieved. This compelling book gives insights into a multi-cultural analysis of implementation and monitoring processes relating to the human rights of persons with : Palgrave Macmillan.
The WHO Resource Book on Mental Health, Human Rights and Legislation has been withdrawn because it was drafted prior to the coming into force of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and is therefore not compliant with the latest human rights norms and standards.
Human Rights. Yes. Action and Advocacy on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Nancy Flowers. Vol. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Human Rights Resource Center, Lesson Plan: The Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the U.S.
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This book develops a legal argument. Disabled persons have the inherent right to respect for their human dignity. Disabled persons, whatever the origin, nature and seriousness of their handicaps and disabilities, have the same fundamental rights as their fellow-citizens of the same age, which implies first and foremost the right to enjoy a decent life, as normal and full as.
Disability rights are human rights; and; Excluding persons with disabilities results in economic losses for the country where they live and for the global economy.
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CONTENTS. HOME PROJECT DESCRIPTION CONTENTS CONTRIBUTORS FAQS ORDERING INFORMATION CONTACT. For example, under the human rights model, laws which allow for legal incapacitation of disabled persons on the ground of mental cognitive impairment are a violation of rights because they deny these individuals the right to be recognized as a person before the law.
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As a disabled person, you have rights to protect you from discrimination. The Equality Act and the United Nations (UN) Convention on disability rights help to enforce, protect and promote. All people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities must have the right to supports they need to exercise and ensure their human and civil rights.
Local, state, federal, and international governments must strongly enforce all human and civil rights. Adopted: Board of. Get this from a library. Issues in human rights protection of intellectually disabled persons. [Andreas Dimopoulos] -- This volume examines a wide array of issues relating to human rights and intellectual disability, such as the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the case law of.
Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. On Decemthe United Nations formally agreed on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the first human rights treaty of the 21st century, to protect and enhance the rights and opportunities of the world's estimated million disabled people.
The history of living with a disability in the United States has largely been one of discrimination, segregation, and exclusion from education, work, housing, and even from routine daily activities. Fortunately, today people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) have the same basic legal, civil, and human rights as other citizens.the human rights of persons with mental disabilities through treaties, declarations, and thematic resolutions.
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It analyses the global struggle to realize equality, dignity, and comprehensive human and civil rights for persons with intellectual disabilities. In Pages: