McMillan, Ian A.
February 2011
Learning Disability Today;Feb/Mar2011, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p18
The article reports on an increase which has been seen in Great Britain in the number of individuals that are being prosecuted for hate crimes against people with disabilities. A discussion of the impact that promoting social inclusion of people with disabilities could have on reducing hate crimes against them is presented.


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