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Beyond the law: a review of knowledge, attitudes and perceptions in ADA employment research
(Disability Studies Quarterly: the first journal in the field of disability studies, 2015)
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990) is the cornerstone of civil rights policy for people with disabilities. Although enforced through the justice system, the legacy of the ADA transcends well beyond its legal ...
Beyond legislation: implementing the employment provisions of the persons with disabilities Act of Uganda 2006
(Nordic Journal of Human Rights, 2013-09-09)
Given the lack of social safety nets for persons with disabilities as well as other people in Uganda, employment is critical to people’s socio-economic well-being. Uganda adopted a three-prong policy approach to disability ...
A defence of identity for persons with disability : reflections from religion and philosophy versus ancient African culture
(African Journal of Disability, 2019-02-19)
Religion and philosophy follow the Hegelian dialectic, man as thesis, evil as antithesis and ideal man or God the final synthesis, locking out persons with disability stating that they don’t meet the criteria of being human ...
Inclusion of pupils with intellectual disabilities: primary school teachers' attitudes and willingness in a rural area in Uganda
(Taylor& Francis Online: International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2013)
Every child is entitled to quality basic education (UNESCO 1994). Inclusive education is a process in which schools, communities and governments strive to reduce barriers to participation in learning for all citizens (Booth ...