16 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 275 (2009)
This article uses an anthropological approach to critically examine the limitations and successes of the contemporary disability rights movement in post-Soviet Ukraine. Case studies of rights legislation and the work of disability advocacy NGOs are detailed to illustrate the paradoxes and problems that imbricate disability rights issues, and the strategies some activists have leveraged to successfully navigate these challenges. The article suggests specific tactics that rights groups in Ukraine might pursue to further enact change in their communities, including pursuing more international partnerships fielding candidates for political office, and launching informational and image campaigns.
Operationalizing Global Governance, Symposium. Indiana University Maurer School of Law-Bloomington, Indiana, March 19-21, 2008
Phillips, Sarah D.
"Civil Society and Disability Rights in Post-Soviet Ukraine: NGOs and Prospects for Change,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 16
, Article 10.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol16/iss1/10