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The tendency in many countries to congregate people with disabilities into institutions creates heightened vulnerabilities that can complicate the task of civilian protection. History is replete with examples, for instance, the slaughter of civilians with…
Naima, a 70-year-old woman with a disability from Aleppo, Syria, with her daughter, Hasne, in front of the shower area in Cherso camp, Thessaloniki, Greece. The showers are not accessible for people who use a wheelchair.
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  CONTEXT Individuals with disabilities are often assumed to be at lower risk, and thus face lower of HIV infection rates, than their non-disabled peers. They are believed to be asexual, less likely to use drugs or alcohol, and at a lower risk of…
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Mental Illness and Prison Rules

I. Introduction II. The Mentally Ill and the Prison System III. Discipline and Segregation A. Mental Illness and Rule Violations B. Disciplinary Hearings and Mental Illness C. Sanctions and Mental Illness D. Segregation as Punishment IV. A…