Addressing Double Layers of Discrimination as Barriers to Health Care: Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities

Article reports on the findings of three case studies conducted in Australia, Mexico, and New Zealand; shows that health systems in these countries have not addressed barriers to health care arising from multiple factors (or aggravated forms) of discrimination, such as the intersection between disability and indigeneity. Makes recommendations for improvement.
Minerva Concepcion Rivas Velarde
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ab-Original, vol. 1, no. 2, 2017, pp. 269-278
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