"Conceptualizing Addiction as Disability in Discrimination Law: A Situated Comparison" 46:1 Contemporary Drug Problems 58
Comparison between Canadian and Australian discrimination law in addressing addiction as a disability; merely conceptualizing addiction as a disability will not be enough to reduce discrimination faced by addicted individuals, and instead, foundational legal policies neeed to be established; culture of ableism, even within approaches aimed at reducing discrimination altogether, are prevalent and need to be addressed if addiction is to be accommodated appropriately.
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