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ISBN:
0855981946
Author:
Peter Coleridge
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxfam Pubns (December 1, 1993)
Pages:
252 pages
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Peter Coleridge is currently Inependent consultant on development specialising in disability at Independent Consultant, Self-Employed, Llandrindod Wells, United Kingdom. Библиографические данные. Disability, Liberation, and Development An Oxfam publication. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

Disability, Liberation, And Development book.

The situation of disabled people provides a microcosm of the whole development debate and process. Disability, Liberation, and Development. Disabled people are oppressed and marginalised in every country of the world, both North and South. Their lives are constrained by social attitudes which stem from fear and prejudice. By probing these prejudices and studying cases where they have been overcome, we gain an insight into the processes of liberation and empowerment that lie at the heart of any development message. Shop for Books on Google Play.

Disability, Liberation, and Development - Free download as PDF File . Liberation, and Development Peter Coleridge This book is arranged to proceed from the general to the particular, and is divided into four parts: Part One explains the point of the book, an. . df) or read online for free. The situation of disabled people provides a microcosm of the whole development debate and process. Liberation, and Development Peter Coleridge. In nature there's no blemish but the mind; none can be call'd deform'd but the unkind. This book is arranged to proceed from the general to the particular, and is divided into four parts: Part One explains the point of the book, and provides an introduction to the issues that will be discussed.

Disability, Liberation, and Development. Publication information. Related publications.

Coleridge, P. (1993) Disability, Liberation and Development, Oxfam, Oxford. Danish Council of Organisations of Disabled People (1995) Disability Index, DCODP, Hvidovre, Denmark. Heumann, J. (1998) Human Rights and Disability, paper presented to the Seminar on Human Rights for Persons with Disabilities from a North and South Perspective, Stockholm, Sweden, 23 August 1998.

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Disability is particular in development terms because it amplifies and illuminates a range of issues that are at the heart of.12 Peter Coleridge 1993: ‘Disability, Liberation and Development’.

Disability is particular in development terms because it amplifies and illuminates a range of issues that are at the heart of development discourse and ethics, such as notions of normality, equality, empowerment, rights, survival, the individual versus the collective, discrimination, and social support systems. The following paragraphs outline a view of disability and developmental values that are common in development discourse. Development is about the process of change. Disability, poverty, and development. The Department for International Development. Brookline, MA: Brookline Books. a b Butler, R. & Parr, H. (1999). a b c d e f g United Nations. icap/hand pauvrete/DFID disability. Mind and body spaces: geographies of illness, impairment, and disability.

The situation of disabled people provides a microcosm of the whole development debate and process. Disabled people are oppressed and marginalised in every country of the world, both North and South. Their lives are constrained by social attitudes which stem from fear and prejudice. By probing these prejudices and studying cases where they have been overcome, we gain an insight into the processes of liberation and empowerment that lie at the heart of any development message.