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Volume 6 Issue 1
Violations of the Persons with Disability in Kerala, the Need for Community Based Rehabilitation: A Comparative Approach
|RANIYA V, PRAFULDEV S, MURREY GLORY KUMARI, TEENA JOSE
|Disability is a human rights issue because those with functional difficulties endure stigmatization, discrimination, inequalities, violation of their rights, abuse, prejudice, and denial of autonomy. Since different demographic groups exist in a developing nation like India, rehabilitation institutions and C.B.R. models encounter several challenges and practical obstacles. Persons with disabilities lead a challenging life and belong to stigmatized groups. Therefore, people with disabilities suffer enormous difficulties throughout their lives, which also involve abuses of their human rights. Hence, this paper aims to examine human rights violations affecting persons with disabilities as a marginalized group living in Kerala, focusing on three aspects:
• Institutionalization and follow-up process
• The importance of a multidisciplinary team
• The importance of C.B.R. within Kerala culture
|Persons with Disability, Community Based Rehabilitation, Inequality, Welfare and Social Justice,
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Violations of the Persons with Disability in Kerala, the Need for Community Based Rehabilitation: A Comparative Approach - RANIYA V, PRAFULDEV S, MURREY GLORY KUMARI, TEENA JOSE - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12509
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