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The Resource Global perspectives on legal capacity reform : our voices, our stories, edited by Eilionóir Flynn, Anna Arstein-Kerslake, Clíona de Bhailís, Maria Laura Serra

Global perspectives on legal capacity reform : our voices, our stories, edited by Eilionóir Flynn, Anna Arstein-Kerslake, Clíona de Bhailís, Maria Laura Serra

Label
Global perspectives on legal capacity reform : our voices, our stories
Title
Global perspectives on legal capacity reform
Title remainder
our voices, our stories
Statement of responsibility
edited by Eilionóir Flynn, Anna Arstein-Kerslake, Clíona de Bhailís, Maria Laura Serra
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
346.013
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1986-
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  • Flynn, Eilionóir
  • Arstein-Kerslake, Anna,
  • Bhailís, Clíona de,
  • Serra, María Laura,
Series statement
Routledge research in human rights law
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  • Capacity and disability
  • People with disabilities
  • Mental health laws
  • Informed consent (Medical law)
  • Law reform
Label
Global perspectives on legal capacity reform : our voices, our stories, edited by Eilionóir Flynn, Anna Arstein-Kerslake, Clíona de Bhailís, Maria Laura Serra
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Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; About the project; Acknowledgements; Notes on contributors; 1 Theoretical framework for the VOICES Project; 2 Project methodology and background; PART 1 Criminal responsibility -- diversion and the insanity defence; 3 Introduction to criminal responsibility; 4 Going to pot: Nick's journey through the criminal justice system; 5 Questions of criminal culpability and persons with disabilities; 6 Conclusion: criminal responsibility; PART 2 Contractual capacity -- inheritance, property and everyday decision making
  • 7 Introduction to contractual capacity8 I have the strength to speak up for myself: nikona nguvu ya kujiongelelea; 9 Silenced, alone, powerless: my life as a Ward of Court in Ireland; 10 'The law is very complicated...'; 11 Travel and dementia: one story, many rights; 12 I had one dream -- to buy a simple smartphone; 13 From institutional life to home ownership: a personal story demonstrating the power of support to enable the exercise of legal capacity; 14 Conclusion: contractual capacity; PART 3 Relationships and consent to sex; 15 Introduction to relationships and consent to sex
  • 16 'My sister is married. Why can't I get married?'17 Dreaming of travelling -- dreaming of freedom; 18 Conclusion: relationships and consent to sex; PART 4 Consent to medical treatment -- mental health and forced treatment; 19 Introduction to consent to medical treatment; 20 This is not a story: from ethical loneliness to respect for diverse ways of knowing, thinking and being; 21 Getting sucked out of the black hole of India's legal mental health machinery; 22 Consent is more than just yes or no; 23 The humour in my tumour: respecting legal capacity in health-care decision-making
  • 24 Conclusion: consent to medical treatment25 Freedom: a work in progress; 26 Overall conclusion; Index
Control code
on1053752454
Edition
1st
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351579698
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315098302
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1053752454
Label
Global perspectives on legal capacity reform : our voices, our stories, edited by Eilionóir Flynn, Anna Arstein-Kerslake, Clíona de Bhailís, Maria Laura Serra
Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; About the project; Acknowledgements; Notes on contributors; 1 Theoretical framework for the VOICES Project; 2 Project methodology and background; PART 1 Criminal responsibility -- diversion and the insanity defence; 3 Introduction to criminal responsibility; 4 Going to pot: Nick's journey through the criminal justice system; 5 Questions of criminal culpability and persons with disabilities; 6 Conclusion: criminal responsibility; PART 2 Contractual capacity -- inheritance, property and everyday decision making
  • 7 Introduction to contractual capacity8 I have the strength to speak up for myself: nikona nguvu ya kujiongelelea; 9 Silenced, alone, powerless: my life as a Ward of Court in Ireland; 10 'The law is very complicated...'; 11 Travel and dementia: one story, many rights; 12 I had one dream -- to buy a simple smartphone; 13 From institutional life to home ownership: a personal story demonstrating the power of support to enable the exercise of legal capacity; 14 Conclusion: contractual capacity; PART 3 Relationships and consent to sex; 15 Introduction to relationships and consent to sex
  • 16 'My sister is married. Why can't I get married?'17 Dreaming of travelling -- dreaming of freedom; 18 Conclusion: relationships and consent to sex; PART 4 Consent to medical treatment -- mental health and forced treatment; 19 Introduction to consent to medical treatment; 20 This is not a story: from ethical loneliness to respect for diverse ways of knowing, thinking and being; 21 Getting sucked out of the black hole of India's legal mental health machinery; 22 Consent is more than just yes or no; 23 The humour in my tumour: respecting legal capacity in health-care decision-making
  • 24 Conclusion: consent to medical treatment25 Freedom: a work in progress; 26 Overall conclusion; Index
Control code
on1053752454
Edition
1st
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351579698
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315098302
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1053752454

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