Hacia un modelo de atención a la discapacidad basado en los derechos humanos

The social model of disability is pre- sented as a new paradigm of the recent disability treatment, that has had theoretical and legal current development. It is a model that considers that the ori- gins of disability are not either religious or scientific, but social in a great measure. From this n... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Victoria Maldonado, Jorge A.
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas 2013
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Laburpena: The social model of disability is pre- sented as a new paradigm of the recent disability treatment, that has had theoretical and legal current development. It is a model that considers that the ori- gins of disability are not either religious or scientific, but social in a great measure. From this new perspec- tive, it is emphasized that the population with disabi- lity can contribute to the society in the same circums- tances that the rest of the population, which integrates the society, all this from a valorization of the inclu- sion perspective and respect of diversity. This model is closely related with certain essential values which underline the human rights, such as human dignity, individual freedom and equality; all these conduce to a decrease of barriers and lead to a social inclusion that sets basis to principles as: personal autonomy, non- discrimination, universal accessibility, environmental normalization, civil dialogue, inter alia. The premise is that disability is part of a social construction, and it is not the deficiency created by the society itself what limits and prevents people with disability to be inclu- ded, to decide or to design autonomously their own life plan with opportunity equality