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by Sue Enfield,Alison Harris

Disability, Equality, and Human Rights: A Training Manual for Development and Humanitarian Organisations epub ebook

Author: Sue Enfield,Alison Harris
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Oxfam Publishing (May 13, 2003)
ISBN: 0855984856
ISBN13: 978-0855984854
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Start by marking Disability, Equality, and Human Rights: A Training Manual for Development and Humanitarian Organisations as Want to Read . Too often humanitarian and development organizations, with a mandate to reach those most in need, exclude disabled people from equal participation in their programs. This book's basic premise is that disabled people themselves know best what their own needs are; that they should be involved in the planning and delivery of relief and development initiatives; and that the most effective support that agencies can offer is to empower them to claim their basic human rights and their civil and legal rights.

Harris, Alison Enfield, Su. This book's basic premise is that disabled people themselves know best what their needs are and that they should be involved in the planning and delivery of relief and development initiatives

This book's basic premise is that disabled people themselves know best what their needs are and that they should be involved in the planning and delivery of relief and development initiatives. The most effective support that agencies can offer is to empower them to claim their basic human rights and their civil and legal rights. The text is based on the experience of Oxfam staff working before, during and after the crisis in Kosovo; but its principles and practical training materials can be applied far more widely.

Disability, Equality, and Human Rights A Training Manual for Development and Humanitarian Organisations. Alison Harris with Sue Enfield. Featuring practical materials ideal for trainers.

Disability equality training (DET), Takes disability as social issue of rights, discrimination and . Disability Equality Training: Trainers Guide

Disability equality training (DET), Takes disability as social issue of rights, discrimination and equality rather than. individuals’ functional issues. Is based on the Social Model of disability, not the Medical Model Disability Equality Training: Trainers Guide. London, Central Council for Education & Training in Social Work (CCETSW), 1991. 2. Harris A, S Enfield. Disability, Equality and Human Rights: A Training Manual for Development and Humanitarian Organisations. 3. French S. Simulation Exercises in Disability Awareness Training: A Critique, Disability & Society 1992; 7(3): 257-266.

Disability, Equality, and Human Rights: A Training Manual for Development and Humanitarian Organisations

Disability, Equality, and Human Rights: A Training Manual for Development and Humanitarian Organisations. Alison Harris, Sue Enfield. This book's basic premise is that disabled people themselves know best what their needs are and that they should be involved in the planning and delivery of relief and development initiatives.

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The right to equality and non-discrimination is a fundamental principle of international human rights law: it gives . She traces the development of the idea of equality, drawing on the Bill of Rights, Congressional records, the Civil War amendments, and other sections of the Constitution.

The right to equality and non-discrimination is a fundamental principle of international human rights law: it gives concrete expression to the central idea of human rights system that all human beings are equal and, regardless of their status or membership of a particular group, are entitled to a set of rights. Conceived as a free-standing provision, Article 5 of the CRPD provides broad mandates.

Alison Harris's scientific contributions. Publications (4). Prelims - Disability, Equality, and Human Rights.

Disability, Equality, and Human Rights argues that disabled people themselves know best what their needs are; that they should be involved in the planning and delivery of relief and development initiatives; and that the most effective support that agencies can give them is to empower them to claim their basic human rights and their civil and legal rights. Case studies from Africa and Asia, arising from the work of Action on Disability and Development (ADD), show that the values of equality, empowerment, and autonomy that are promoted by the social model of disability are universal in their relevance.

Harris, . & Enfield, S. (2003). Oxford: Oxfam G. oogle Scholar. Inter-Agency Standing Committee (2007)

Harris, . Inter-Agency Standing Committee (2007). IASC guidelines on mental health and psychosocial support in emergency settings. Geneva: Inter-Agency Standing Committee. International Disability and Development Consortium (2000). Disability and conflict. Report of an IDDC Seminar, May 29th–June 4t. ILO, UNESCO, & WHO (2004)

In virtually every community in the world, people with disabilities are among the poorest of the poor; marginalized and powerless at the best of times, they suffer acutely when war or natural disaster strike. Too often humanitarian and development organizations, with a mandate to reach those most in need, exclude disabled people from equal participation in their programs. This book’s basic premise is that disabled people themselves know best what their own needs are; that they should be involved in the planning and delivery of relief and development initiatives; and that the most effective support that agencies can offer is to empower them to claim their basic human rights and their civil and legal rights.The manual is based on the experience of Oxfam staff working with a local disabled people’s organization before, during, and after the recent crisis in Kosovo, but the principles that it presents, and the practical training materials that it contains, have a much wider relevance. Case studies from West Africa and South and East Asia show that the values of equality, empowerment, and autonomy promoted by "the Social Model of Disability" can translate to a wide range of political and social contexts.The manual is designed to be used by two distinct sets of readers: * Disabled people’s organizations, local or national, seeking to raise awareness and put disability equality into action among their membership and in the broader community.* The humanitarian and development community (from donors to implementers), seeking to promote disability equality, both internally within their own organisations and externally with partners and beneficiaries.The text is written in clear, simple language, and the practical materials will be particularly useful to trainers working in geographically isolated areas without access to sophisticated equipment. Most of the exercises and activities can be adapted for use in groups of people with a wide range of impairments and educational levels.
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