Comparative analysis of civil society and state discourse on disabled people’s rights and welfare in South East Asia 2010-16

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Chaney, Paul;

Over the next quarter century it is likely that South East Asian countries will experience high levels of growth in the number of disabled people. It is therefore significant that over the past decade, the region’s governments have at last ratified the United Nations Co... View more
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