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Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.176 (30 March 2020)


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¡Ars Vivendi Journal No. 12 is Now Available

The Issue No. 12 of Ars Vivendi Journal, our peer-reviewed English journal, has been uploaded below.
https://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/publication/ars-vivendi-journal/current-issue/special-issue-no-12-23-march-2020/

After gPrefaceh by Izumi Otani (Ritsumeikan University), it included two original articles, gDenial of Legal Capacity as a Barrier to Inclusive Employmenth by Bo Chen (Macau University of Science and Technology) and Sarah Hofmayer (National University of Ireland Galway) and gAn analysis of Taiwanfs Enforcement Act of Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 748h by Chin Shen (Ritsumeikan University).

Our recent Research Highlights are as follows.
- Current and Future Consultation Support for People with Disabilities: Practical Values and Policy Challenges
- Places of Gameplay as a New Third Place
- gInclusive Society for Allh: East Asia Disability Studies Forum 2019
- Significance that Persons with Disabilities/Diseases Become Diet Members
- Nurses who provides ongoing support for persons with severe disabilities

As we live in the global pandemic of COVID-19 fighting with ableism, we should remember both Article 10 on Right to live and Article 11 on gSituations of risk and humanitarian emergenciesh. In the initial stages of the CRPD negotiations, both were discussed together.

In closing, we wish everyone to take good care of yourself and stay safe.





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