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From information to innovation: activities of Polish ombudsmen for the laws of disabled people

Date added: 2015-04-01
Type: Article
Languages: English

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Błażej Kmieciak

Błażej Kmieciak

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Abstract

Human rights are one of the cornerstones of a democratic state. They have character: natural and inalienable. Human rights also apply to specific moments in which is a specific person, which is: a child, employee, patient and a person with a disability. The last two categories have a special character. They relate to moments in human life, in which he experiences pain and suffering. In Poland, for nearly thirty years operating office of the Ombudsman. Thanks to the work of successive ombudsmen, society was (and still is) learned in the field of human rights and freedoms. In recent years, it can be seen changes in the Polish system of human rights protection. There are new types of ombudsmen. With regard to persons with disabilities, there is new, innovative form of action. It is a method of training the skills of being a \"spokesman own rights\". How work the above, still forming the Polish system of ombudsmen? How individual spokesmen work? Are their initiatives effective?

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Key words: ombudsman, disabled, human rights, innovation, self-advocate

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