"This study examines the attitudes and actions of parents of children with disabilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Croatia. Part of the former Yugoslavia, these two Southeastern European countries have undergone major economic and socio-political changes since the early 90s. Historically disabled children with disabilities suffered high levels of social and educational exclusion in these countries whereas now a public discussion of inclusion and children’s rights prevails"
This report looks at major trends in disability reporting in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia. It investigates some of the main problems concerning negative media depictions of disability issues and people with disabilities themselves. It would be useful for anyone with an interest in representations of disability in the media and promoting attitudinal change
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