At the intersection : The right to education for children with disabilities in Australia

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Clark, Sevda. (2020). At the intersection : The right to education for children with disabilities in Australia. Court of Conscience. 14, pp. 58-64.
AuthorsClark, Sevda
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[Extract] The paper that follows discusses inclusive education as best practice, highlights the evolving practice towards inclusion at the international level and details the codification of the right to inclusive education in art 24 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities ('CRPD'). The paper then concludes with an intersectional re-reading of a leading European Court of Human Rights decision in order to demonstrate how the rights of children with disabilities to an inclusive education can be justified, as compared with the prohibition of racially segregated schooling in international human rights law.

Year2020
JournalCourt of Conscience
Journal citation14, pp. 58-64
PublisherFaculty of Law, University of New South Wales
ISSN1839-7190
Web address (URL)https://issuu.com/unswlawsociety/docs/coc_2020_issue14
Page range58-64
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