Guest Editorial: Human Security, Social Cohesion, and Disability

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Anita Ghai


developing countries, poverty, cohesion


The editorial underscores the issues of security in disabled people in context of poverty. The submission is that disabled people are not considered equal, as globalizing forces dominate the paradigm of profit.
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