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|Statement||Brian Lamb, Sarah Layzell.|
|Contributions||Layzell, Sarah., Scope. Campaigns and Parliamentary Affairs Department.|
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|Number of Pages||27|
A majestic medieval castle; one of the most historically important in Britain, and less than 2 hours away from London. Parking Disabled parking spaces are available. Parking Disabled parking spaces are available Wheelchair-accessible transfer from car park to house is available. Parking Separate car park for disabled visitors, with easy access. This work details the discrimination faced by disabled people in Britain in terms of the social system. Previous reports have dwelt on the individual's problems, eg access to public buildings, whereas this study outlines, often using official statistics, the denial to disabled people of full and equal access to the institutions of society. The author argues that disablity is a civil rights. This book is dedicated to our colleagues and friends in the UK Disabled People's Movement, to our colleagues at the Universities of Dundee and Northumbria University, to our co-Executive Editors at Disability and Society journal and in particular to Professor Len Barton, the Editor in Chief, who recently retired after a long and distinguished career in Disability Studies and Inclusive Education. Chapter 2 (In ‘Disabled People in Britain and Discrimination: A case for anti-discrimination legislation’, Colin Barnes () A BRIEF HISTORY OF DISCRIMINATION AND DISABLED PEOPLE. To appreciate fully the extent and complexity of the discrimination experienced by disabled people in modern Britain an understanding of history is critical.
‘Being disabled in Britain’ is a review into disability inequality in Great Britain, offering comprehensive evidence on whether our society lives up to its promise to be fair to all its citizens. It builds on the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s statutory five-yearly report. Being disabled in Britain is a review into disability inequality in Great Britain. It builds on the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s statutory five-yearly report on equality and human rights progress in England, Scotland and Wales, Is Britain Fairer?. We want this report to be used by UK and devolved governments to make improvements to law and policies, by local government to ensure. He is completing his dissertation, which explores literary representations of disabled slaves in nineteenth-century American literature. His research interests include critical race and disability theory, nineteenth-century American and African American literature, the history of science and scientific racism. Great Britain. Central Office of Information. Reference Division. Rehabilitation and care of the disabled in Britain. New York, Reference Division, British Information Services, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Great Britain.
Get this from a library! Rehabilitation and care of the disabled in Britain.. [Great Britain. Central Office of Information. Reference Division.; British Information Services.]. Disabled people in Britain will recognise an earlier version of this policy when in the late s and early s the Disablement Income Group and the Disability Alliance proposed a national disability income available as of right to all disabled people. The last major government audit in (the largest ever of its kind) described access for disabled people on Britain’s high streets as “shocking”. Surveying more t shops and Author: Frances Ryan. C. Hurst & Company, - Discrimination against people with disabilities - pages 0 Reviews Arguing that disability is a civil rights issue, this study outlines, often using official statistics, the denial to disabled people of full and equal access to the institutions of British society.