Stop the violence against people with disabilities: an international resource – edited by Profs Juan Bornman and Diane Bryene

The book provides an international perspective on violence against children and adults with disabilities. It focuses on promising practices and approaches that can reduce the risks and occurrence of violence while providing intervention and access to justice.

In addition, it increases awareness, knowledge and understanding of the violence, rape and sexual abuse committed against people with disabilities, with the emphasis on people who have little or no functional speech.

The book breaks new ground in ensuring access to the criminal justice system for one of the most vulnerable groups in the disability sphere – those who have little or no functional speech. Their voices have been silent for too long.

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