Monday, August 08, 2005

How People with Disabilities are Treated in Georgia

The former Soviet republic, not the state. See this BBC story, which begins:

In Georgia, many children with disabilities end up in state institutions, hidden away from the rest of society. Lack of funding means that care is often poor. But a new project launched by the United Nations children's charity, Unicef, may be about to change this.
Hardly a new story, but a powerful one nonetheless.


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