Does child protection protect children?

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  1. Special Needs Mum says:

    The only answer is to work for a society that truly cares for its most vulnerable people. How do we do that? By treating every person as an individual, not as a ‘client’ or a ‘case’ and by encouraging the media to portray positive images of people with disabilities rather than them being seen as a burden on society, or ‘less’ than others and therefore less worthy of respect.
    Also by making the world a more accessible place so that people with disabilities can access the same opportunities as everyone else.
    And most importantly by educating people that in a civilised society, it isn’t the survival of the fittest that counts; it’s the way that we treat our most vulnerable that should be the mark of our humanity.

  1. August 16, 2012

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