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Epilepsy and human rights : a badge of exclusion
Bib ID 1490251
Format BookBook
Author
Sheehan, Rob
 
Description Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1985 
144 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0644038462
Series

Occasional paper (Australia. Human Rights Commission) ; no. 7.

Notes

At head of title: Human Rights Commission.

Paper prepared for the Commission by Rob Sheehan on behalf of ACROD.

"October 1984."

Australian Govt. Pub. Service cat. no. 8425256.

Bibliography: p. 109-122.

Subjects Epileptics -- Civil rights -- Australia.  |  Discrimination in education -- Australia.  |  Discrimination in employment -- Australia.  |  Epilepsy -- Australia -- Legislation.  |  Human rights -- Australia.  |  Prejudice -- Australia -- Legislation.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Human Rights Commission

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