Creating and Enabling a Sustainable Livelihood for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities: A Comparative Case Study of Ghana and Canada.
|dc.description.abstract||Abstract Despite the plethora of published studies on rights, including employment rights, for persons with intellectual disabilities (Hatton, 2002; Tarulli, et al., 2004; Ward & Stewart, 2008), relatively few have discussed their applicability to individuals with intellectual disabilities to facilitate their full involvement in socio-economic development. This study explored the mechanisms facilitating and inhibiting the full participation of persons with intellectual disabilities in the area of employment through a comparative case analysis of policies and practices in Ontario, Canada (a developed country) and in Ghana (a developing country) both of which are signatories to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD). The study employed targeted recruitment based on the nature of the research which is a combination of policy and practice investigation.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Intellectual Disability, Employment, Rights, Responsibility, UNCRPD||en_US|
|dc.title||Creating and Enabling a Sustainable Livelihood for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities: A Comparative Case Study of Ghana and Canada.||en_US|
|dc.type||Electronic Thesis or Dissertation||en|
|dc.degree.name||M.A. Applied Disability Studies||en_US|
|dc.contributor.department||Center for Applied Disability Studies||en_US|
|dc.degree.discipline||Faculty of Social Sciences||en_US|