David Lepofsky, a leading Canadian disability rights lawyer, activist and advocate, who has advised on accessibility legislation for over 25 years, addressed the Auckland University Policy Law School on the 12 Nov 2018.
In this lecture, David discusses why we need legislation and how it might be implemented with some lessons from the Canadian experience.
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