Russi Children With Disabilities Face Violence, Neglect

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“Russia: Children with Disabilities Face Violence, Neglect.” hrw. Human Rights Watch, 15 Sept. 2014. Web. 8 Jan. 2016. The article titled, “Russia: Children with Disabilities Face Violence, Neglect” (8. Jan. 2014) from the Human Rights Watch website asserts that the rights of disabled children are suppressed as they are often admitted to the terrible living conditions of an orphanage or institution, despite Russia’s recent governmental effort to address such rights. The Human Rights Watch article proves this claim by describing the abuse, malnutrition, and bad living conditions that they witnessed and documented first hand when visiting Russian orphanages and institutions, even after Russia implemented the National Action Strategy…show more content…
In my paper, this will help to add a personal factor through the appeal to pathos, as well as a reference or comparison to the Human Right Watch’s opinion. Woods, Summer. “Isolated: Disabled Children in Russia’s Education System.” hrbrief. Human Rights Brief, 29 Oct. 2015. Web. 14 Jan. 2016. Author Summer Woods, in her article, “Isolated: Disabled Children in Russia’s Education System” (29 October 2015) argues that disabled children in Russia are excluded from many educational opportunities and are often discriminated against because of stereotypes, despite the fact that Russia ratified the Convention on the Rights of Disabilities in 2012. Woods supports her claim further by supplying specific examples of prejudice seen within the school systems, that of which were mainly gathered by the Human Rights Watch corporation. Summer Woods wishes to convey the importance of eliminating false stereotypes as well as diminishing barriers that keep a disabled child from attending school in order to allow equal educational opportunities that can ultimately mold a child 's future for the better. The authors audience likely consists of those interested in the broad idea rights for the disabled as is seen through her consistent references to the Human Rights Watch, providing a tone that is both factual and informed. Through showing factual evidence of the unequal educational rights in
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