Children/Youth and Disabilities: Inclusion and Human Rights
This interdisciplinary course addresses issues related to children and youth with disabilities from the perspectives of critical disabilities studies and human rights. Topics addressed may include the roles of self-advocacy, social movements, and child advocates; policy and legislation; practical modalities to facilitate active inclusion; and the transition to adulthood. Domestic and international perspectives will be considered. (Cross-listed as YC319.)†
Additional Course Information
- Registration status: senior student.