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  • Teaching for Human Rights

    This book is about human rights. It contains a wide range of activities that focus upon our fundamental rights and responsibilities as human beings. The book can be treated as a whole course for students but is equally useful if singular ideas are taken from it.

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  • Compendium of Project Profiles 1990

    The Compendium is an annual publication of the Transition Institute at Illinois and is intended for specific use by those involved in the transition from school to work of young people with disabilities in the United States.

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  • Voting and People with Disability

    This booklet on voting rights, the Australian electoral system and what is involved in voting, is written for people with disabilities. Keyword: Legal

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  • Employment and People with a Disability

    A person with a disability may struggle for the right not simply to have work to do, but to have work which is valued by society, which is satisfying for them and which can be done with dignity and for which he or she is properly paid.

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  • Housing and People with Disability

    "People with disability face the same housing issues as the rest of the community - scarcity of private rental and public housing accommodation....high rentals..etc. But people with disability also face other issues arising from their extra needs, from others' attitudes to disability, from their need for long-term and secure housing.....These...

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  • Creating Work Opportunities for Europeans with Mental Handicap

    "Meaningful work has value, conferring esteem, companionship, and other benefits as well as an income on the worker. If well planned, it can enable the worker with mental handicap to become integrated in the workplace and thus in the wider community.

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  • Rapid Entry Training Field Manual

    Some two hundred and fifty employees who also have intellectual disabilities have been trained in award jobs via the Rapid Entry Training System (RET). RET is a "place-then-train" model where resources are directed toward training the worker in the job and the actual work environment in which he is expected...

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  • Report of the National Consultations with People with Disabilities

    The major objectives of these consultations was to provide a forum for people with a disability to have direct input and information on their views on the subjects covered in the governmental discussion paper "National Employment Initiatives for People with Disabilities" (File No. 3051), its recommendations and strategies.

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  • National Employment Initiatives for People with Disabilities

    This Report should be read in conjunction with File No. 3050. This discussion paper was commissioned by Neal Blewett as part of the Federal Government's disability reform agenda and was finally carried out under Brian Howe as Minister for Community Services and Health.

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  • The Whole Community Catalogue

    This is an excellent collection of stories and articles that are helping signify the current paradigm shift in the way we think about services for people with disabilities and how we define 'community'. Services that were seen as innovative fifteen years ago such as sheltered workshops and group homes are...

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