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What is Reasonable? The Operation of 'Reasonable Accommodation' and 'Disability' Provisions Under The Employment Equality Acts 1998–2015.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Irish Journal of Management. Jul2022, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p37-51. 15p.

Abstract: Anti-discrimination legislation is a key policy measure used to improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities. Law though is not necessarily value-free and can be underpinned by various discourses notably the medical and social model of disa...

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Deconstructing social exclusions: The practice of digital activities among disabled people in China.

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Source(s): Media, Culture & Society. Nov2022, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p1588-1601. 14p.

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Abstract: This study focuses on the experiences of disabled individuals in online activism in the context of China. Adopting the social model of disability, this study found an iceberg structure consisting of two levels and three layers. The explicit level inclu...

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Achieving disability inclusive employment – Are the current approaches deep enough?

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Source(s): Journal of International Development. Jul2022, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p942-963. 22p. 1 Color Photograph, 1 Diagram.

Abstract: Diverse approaches to promoting disability inclusive employment aim to transform workplaces into truly inclusive environments, usually with intervention strategies targeting two main groups: employers and jobseekers with disabilities. However, they do ...

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THE STORIES THAT CRIPPLE US: THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE MEDICAL MODEL OF DISABILITY IN THE LEGAL SPHERE.

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Source(s): Victoria University of Wellington Law Review. Aug2022, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p337-362. 26p.

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Abstract: The legal sphere in Aotearoa is becoming more aware of its historically poor representation of gender and racial minorities. However, disabled people continue to be excluded and are often not recognised as an oppressed social group. When stories about ...

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The Struggle for Disability Rights in Argentina and Beyond: Disability struggles must move toward an anti-capitalist horizon with demands for jobs and accessible, affordable housing at the forefront.

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Source(s): NACLA Report on the Americas. Sep2022, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p317-323. 7p.

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Abstract: The rationale is purely economic and clearly manifest in the concept of "reasonable accommodations", understood by the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as "necessary and appropriate modification and adjustments not imposing a di...

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A personal geography of care and disability.

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Source(s): Social & Cultural Geography. Sep2022, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p1041-1056. 16p.

Abstract: Keywords: Personal care geographies; embodiment and emotions; disability; feminist geography; disability needs assessment; autobiography EN Personal care geographies embodiment and emotions disability feminist geography disability needs assessment auto...

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Addressing Cognitive Vulnerabilities through Genome and Epigenome Editing: Techno-Legal Adaptations for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities.

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Source(s): European Journal of Health Law. 2022, Vol. 29 Issue 3/5, p409-434. 26p.

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Abstract: The key aim of this paper is to highlight the oft-under-represented narrative of how persons with disabilities (specifically, those with intellectual disabilities) may access the benefits that genome editing may offer. Firstly, this paper reflects on t...

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