Lesson 3.4: The Roots of Rights

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  In summary: Over time, our understanding of disability has evolved. Disability is no longer regarded as a medical problem that needs to be fixed. Instead, disability advocates recognise that disability is the result of interactions between features of a person’s body and the environment in which they live, such as physical and attitudinal barriers … Continued

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