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      International Journal of DISABILITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

      International Journal of Disability and Social Justice
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            International Journal of DISABILITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

            Volume 3, Issue 1, April 2023

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            Special Issue Editorial: Independent Living in Europe and Beyond: Past, Present, and Future 4

            Teodor Mladenov, Ines Bulic Cojocariu, Lilia Angelova-Mladenova, Natasa Kokic, Kamil Goungor

            Declare Independence: Independent Living, Oppositional Devices, and Heterotopias 24

            Miro Griffiths

            When Legislation Is Not Enough: The Adverse Environment for Independent Living in Hungary  42

            Gabor Petri, Agnes Turnpenny, Aniko Bernat

            The Role of Participatory Instructors in Hungarian Higher Education: Results of a Qualitative Research to Support the Voices of Disabled People in Academia 60

            Anikó Sándor, Csilla Cserti-Szauer, Vanda Katona

            A Disability Rights Approach to a Constitutional Right to Housing 80

            Áine Sperrin

            Independent Living in Post-Socialist Countries: Between Familialism, Deinstitutionalisation, and Reinstitutionalisation  96

            Darja Zaviršek, Svenja Fischbach

            Current Issues Bulletin: Personal Assistance in Scotland: A Postcolonial Perspective 114

            Jim Elder-Woodward

            Current Issues Bulletin: The Challenges of Promoting Independent Living in Türkiye 121

            Melike Ergün, Lilia Angelova-Mladenova, Bahar Yavuz

            Current Issues Bulletin: Transitioning to Independent Living in the Community: Trajectories and Crossroads in the Context of Lithuania 125

            Violeta Gevorgianiene, Egle Sumskiene

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            International Journal of Disability and Social Justice
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