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European yearbook of disability law : vol. 2 / Waddington, Lisa (ed.) ; Quinn, Gerard, xiv, 410 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2010.
ABSTRACT: CONTETNTS:. Editorial Tracing an Eventful Year in European Disability Law and Policy, by Gerard Quinn and Lisa Waddington. PART I: Articles and Practitioners’ Notes. 1. The UN Disability Convention and (Multiple) Discrimination: Should EU Non-Discrimination Law Be Modelled Accordingly?, by Aart Hendriks. 2. The Law and Politics of US Participation in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, by Michael Ashley Stein, Janet E. Lord, and Penelope J.S. Stein. 3. The Conclusion of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities by the EC/EU: A Constitutional Perspective, by Delia Ferri. 4. Introduction to the Symposium: Digital Freedom and Disability – Lessons from Europe and the United States, by Rune Halvorsen. 5. Law and Policy Challenges for Achieving an Accessible ESociety: Lessons from the United States, by Will iam N. Myhill. 6. Challenging Disabling Barriers to Information and Communication Technology in the Information Society: A United Kingdom Perspective, by Anna Lawson. 7. Removing Accessibility Barriers to Telecommunications: A Pre-Requisite for Social Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities Contribution from the European Disability Forum, by Rodolf o Cattani. 8. Contribution from the Commissioner for Human Rights of the Council of Europe, by Thomas Hammarberg. PART II : Annual Review of European Law and Policy. The European Union The Council of Europe. Other European Intergovernmental Organizations and Civil Society Groups. PART III : Literature Review
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