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Routledge Handbook of Disability Law and Human Rights

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Edited by: Peter Blanck, Eilionoir Flynn

ISBN13: 9781472438652
Published: July 2016
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £175.00

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This handbook provides a comprehensive and authoritative state-of-the-art review of the current and emerging research and policy on disability law.

Bringing together a team of respected and experienced experts, the handbook offers a range of jurisdictional and multidisciplinary perspectives. The authors consider historical and contemporary, as well as comparative perspectives of disability law. Divided into three parts, the contributors provide a comprehensive reference to the theoretical underpinnings, ongoing debates and emerging fields within the subject. The study provides a strong basis for consideration of contemporary disability law, its research foundations, and progressive developments in the area. The book incorporates interdisciplinary and comparative country perspectives to capture the breadth of current discourse on disability law.

This handbook provides a valuable resource for a wide range of scholars, public and private researchers, NGOs, and practitioners working in the area of disability law, and across national and transnational disability schemes. The work will be of important interest to those in the fields of sociology, history, psychology, economics, political science, rehabilitation sciences, medicine, technology, and law, among others.

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Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Theoretical Underpinnings of Disability Law

Section I
1. The Social Model of Disability: Questions for Law and Legal Scholarship?
Anna Lawson & Mark Priestley
2. Beyond the Welfare State – What Next for the European Social Model?
Bjørn Hvinden
3. A Human Rights Model of Disability
Theresia Degener
Ongoing Debates in Disability Law

Section II Introduction
4. Today’s Lesson is on Diversity
Rosemary Kayess & Jennifer Green
5. Equality of Opportunity in Employment? Disability Rights and Active Labour
Market Policies
Lisa Waddington & Mark Priestley & Betul Yalcin
6. Disabled People and Access to Justice: From Disablement to Enablement?
Anna Lawson
7. Hit and Miss: Procedural Accommodations Ensuring the Effective Access of People with Mental Disabilities to the European Court of Human Rights
Constantin Cojocariu
8. Toward Inclusion: Political and Social Participation of People with Disabilities
Lisa Schur
Emerging Fields in Disability Law

Section III Introduction
9. Legal Capacity: A Global Analysis of Reform Trends
Lucy Series, Anna Arstein-Kerslake & Elizabeth Kamundia
10. Back to the Future? Article 19 and the Nordic Experience of Independent Living and Personal Assistance
Ciara Brennan
11. eQuality: The Right to the Web
Peter Blanck
12. Disability and Ageing: Bridging the Divide? Social Constructions and Human Rights
Eilionòir Flynn
13. Disability and Genetics – New Forms of Discrimination?
Aisling dePaor
14. Inclusive Development Aid
Mary Keogh
15. Disability Family Policy and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD): The Case of Israel
Arie Rimmerman and Michal Soffer