Achieving Justice To People's Rights with Disabilities

Paramita Ersan, Anna Erliyana

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Human Rights have a logic of their own. This stems from the fact that they have originated in domestic constitutional documents before becoming part of the corpus of international law, that they regulate the relationship between the State and individuals under their Jurisdiction, rather than simply relationship between State. The question of who should be protected, who is human and how they should be protected has broadened over the centuries. Despite the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is committed to promoting the human rights of disability rights, in contrast achieving justice for children and women with disabilities remains uncertain and has long been a major cause for concern. Achieving justice to disabled people can only prevent gender-based discrimination against them. This paper seeks to expand and strengthen the link between justice and disabled rights by focusing on barriers in preventing gender women and girls with disabilities into the analysis on what constitute that guide the legal response provide board principles arrangement for discrimination against them. The conceptual approach is used to study the views and doctrines to understand law and the disabled rights under theorized, rule of law principles and to determine how they work in practice we look beyond the law in the books to the law in action.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)56-64
JournalInternational Journal for Studies on Children, Women, Elderly and Disabled People (IJCWED)
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2018


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