Law and Disability (LAW 429.3)

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Examines the way in which the law defines who a person with a disability is, and then both facilitates and hinders those individuals in their journey to achieve full participatory citizenship. Some areas we examine such as disability theory will be primarily applicable to the disabled communities. Other areas including human rights, employment, housing, decision making and so-called 'right to die' issues will be of wider application. These areas will be examined with respect to their application to people with disabilities.

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