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Book review: Global Perspectives on legal capacity reform: Our Voices, Our Stories

Published: September 2019

This edited collection is the culmination of the ‘VOICES’ (Voices of Individuals Collectively Exploring Self-Determination) project, a three-year undertaking led by Professor Eilionoir Flynn of the Centre for Disability Law and Policy (NUI, Galway, Ireland) that explored and sought to change the law regarding legal capacity, and the right to equal recognition before the law, for people with disabilities (broadly defined as the right to make decisions with legal consequences, and to have these decisions respected in law; as enshrined in Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities [UNCRPD])

Author: Gillian Loomes

Format: PDF
Pages: 3
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