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Disability in the press : how disability and people with disabilities are depicted in print media in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia in 2006

ADAMS, Lisa
June 2008

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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

Monitoring child disability in developing countries : results from the multiple indicator cluster surveys

UNITED NATIONS CHILDRENS FUND (UNICEF)
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
2008

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Using the ten question screen for children with disability in the multiple indicator cluster survey (MICS) in 20 countries, this report aims "to raise awareness and thereby both prevent new cases of child disability when that is possible and ensure protection and inclusion for children with disabilities. The findings presented in this publication provide decision-makers with basic information from a number of diverse countries that can be used to determine priorities related to child disability, including the prevention of childhood disabilities, the early detection of disorders leading to disability, and the timely provision of medical-rehabilitation services and comprehensive support to families with children with disabilities"

Beyond de-institutionalisation : the unsteady transition towards an enabling system in South East Europe

AXELSSON, Charlotte
GRANIER, Pascal
ADAMS, Lisa
2004

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This report from the Disability Monitor Initiative for South East Europe addresses the unsteady transition within the Balkan countries toward a system that enables and empowers disabled people at all levels. For this region this transition means moving forward with the process of de-institutionalisation and promoting community based services and independent living facilities.
Only through the sharing of information and a mutual learning process between all stakeholders and countries, can the goal of an inclusive society be achieved. This report gives an overview about all the affected fields and gives stakeholders as well as NGOs from other countries a good insight into how these processes can work

Beyond de-institutionalisation : the unsteady transition towards an enabling system in South East Europe : executive summary

AXELSSON, Charlotte
GRANIER, Pascal
ADAMS , Lisa
2004

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This report summarises the full report from the Disability Monitor Initiative for South East Europe, which discusses the unsteady transition within the Balkan countries toward a system that enables and empowers disabled people at all levels. For this region this transition means moving forward with the process of de-institutionalisation and promoting community based services and independent living facilities. Using the description of good practices in various service fields, the report aims at propagating the lessons learned from those experiences and analysing the conditions necessary to sustain and replicate these types of services

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