We should be proud of who we are

By: Kelly, Sean.
Contributor(s): Campbell, Jane.
Series: Community Living 34 (3) Spring 2021: 18-19. 2021Subject(s): Leavesdean Hospital, UK | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | CITIZEN ADVOCACY | INTERVIEWS | INFLUENZA | HEALTH | INEQUALITY | MORTALITY RATE | COMPARATIVE STUDIESSummary: Baroness Jane Campbell is one of the UK's Foremost disability rights campaigners. She talks to Sean Kelly about her struggles, the exclusion of people with intellectual disabilities from the early disability rights movement and matters that need attention today. Her most recent work is seeking to amend the Domestic Abuse Bill to include disabled people who are abused by their carers.
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Baroness Jane Campbell is one of the UK's Foremost disability rights campaigners. She talks to Sean Kelly about her struggles, the exclusion of people with intellectual disabilities from the early disability rights movement and matters that need attention today. Her most recent work is seeking to amend the Domestic Abuse Bill to include disabled people who are abused by their carers.

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