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What is preventing India from developing an inclusive national framework for older people?

an independent Indian nation: Migrant families, workers and social experts (1940-60). Journal of Social History, 47(4): 968-993. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) (2008). Guide to the National Implementation of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing. New York: United Nations. http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/ageing/documents/papers/guide.pdf Accessed 22 September 2015. United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (1995). The economic, social and cultural rights of older

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Young Married Women’s Perceptions On The Maeanings And Motivations For Their Husbands’ Opposition To Their Modern Contraceptive Use In Malawi

Health Sciences, University of Witwatersrand. Kerr, R. B. (2005). Food security in northern Malawi: gender, kinship relations and entitlements in historical context. Journal of Southern African Studies, 31(1), 53-74. Malawi Human Rights Commission. (2006) Cultural practices and their impact on the enjoyment of human rights, particularly of women and children, Unpublished Report, Lilongwe: MHRC. Ministry of Health and Population. (2012) National Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Strategy (2011-2016), Unpublished Report, Lilongwe: MOHP

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Population Policy Adoption in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Interplay of Global and Local Forces

: Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, National Planning Directorate. Greenhalgh, Susan. 2003. “Science, Modernity, and the Making of China’s One-Child Policy.” Population and Development Review 29(2):163-96. -. 2008. Just One Child. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Hafner-Burton, Emilie M., and Kiyoteru Tsutsui. 2005. “Human Rights in a Globalizing World: The Paradox of Empty Promises.” American Journal of Sociology 110(5):1373-411. Hartmann, Betsy. 1995. Reproductive Rights and

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Decision Making in Psychiatric Reform: A Case Study of the Czech Experience

; engaging peer support; work with families; ethics and human rights. Required are field team services, day care, crisis service, psychiatric services, clinical psychologist, psychotherapeutic services, support self-help activities. In addition, many important details of the implementation plans have been worked out, for instance, the support of the new community mental health centers by insurance companies if they adhere to the required standards. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION After several preliminary and incomplete efforts to reform mental health care in the Czech

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‘You can say – we do not want the junkies and the sex workers. But they are here!‘: On the spatial exclusion of anti-social behaviour in Bratislava - Nové Mesto

.) Methods of Critical Discourse Analysis, 34-61. New York: SAGE Publications. Kantola, J., Squires, J. (2004). Discourses Surrounding Prostitution Policies in the UK. European Journal of Women’s Studies , 11(1), 77-101. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1350506804039815 Keane, H. (2003). Critiques of harm reduction, morality and the promise of human rights. International Journal of Drug Policy , 2003(4), 227-232. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0955-3959(02)00151-2 Kitchin, R. (1998). ‘Out of Place’, ‘Knowing One’s Place’: Space, power and the exclusion of

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