We have Human Rights

Check out this great handbook from the Harvard Law School Project on Disability. I think it is a great example of the issue of advocating with, rather than advocating for, or the difference between a person with power/privilege speaking for others and empowering others to speak for themselves. Click on the image to open the handbook.

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This blog is an effort of passion and commitment, created for the students of CD 479: Policy Analysis and Advocacy, a senior capstone course of the Child Development Department at Humboldt State University.
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