Dignity and Maximum Participation

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Essay – Advocating for Adults incarcerated Human rights are for every human; Prisoners are human too. A prisoner is deprived of the human right of liberty though? Essay – Advocating for Adults incarcerated Human rights are for every human; Prisoners are human too. A prisoner is deprived of the human right of liberty though? CHCAD603A – Undertake Systems Advocacy CHCAD603A – Undertake Systems Advocacy Human rights are for every human; Prisoners are human too. A prisoner is deprived of the human right of liberty though? Where is the line when they are deprived of one are they deprived on any other human rights directly or indirectly? This essay explores the issues and basic human rights of an adult who is incarcerated and an…show more content…
Social Role Valorisation is also evident in society in terms of adults who are incarcerated. Social role valorisation is a term used as to how people are devalued, assigned low-value roles, and treated poorly, often to the extent of risk to their own lives. Wolfensberger states “This poor treatment is given to any group which is given low value by powerful forces in society.” The community, those who do the right thing and follow the law, want to feel protected and safe. The issue surrounding those who have been incarcerated worry about prisoner’s release. This creates another issue for those who have served their time to be looked down upon by the community. In relation to Human rights there has been major reforms within the prisons system. According to United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime a “central argument for reforms is the Human Rights argument” and they also state however “The detrimental impact of imprisonment, not only on individuals but on families and communities, and economic factors also need to be taken into account when considering the need for prison reforms.” Other factors which add to the disadvantage this group faces are: Demographic – low socioeconomic, health, unemployment, family situation, homeless, alcohol and drugs, oral hygiene, Security intimidation Skills of staff and
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