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54.5% among the disabled population is literate

The proportion of illiterates among the disabled population is decreasing year after year but 45.5% among them still cannot read or write. The Census 2011 figures on the education level of disabled, released, also showed that higher education opportunities for them has not improved drastically. 184 more words

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The Geography of Brexit

Professor Charles Pattie

Now we know. After an intense and desperately close-fought contest, the results of the UK’s referendum on EU membership are in. By a relatively narrow margin of just four percentage points, Brexit carried the day and the country is now on a path which will lead out of the EU. 508 more words


How is Britain changing?

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A changing place in the EU… 266 more words


interpreted imaginaries

Kathryn Mandell

Oct. 10.12

Geog395, Sundberg

Interpreted Imaginaries

I have never been able to erase myself from mind, remove it from my body, and so act as a value-neutral observer. 1,594 more words


Urbanization refers to the process of an increasing rate of human population residing in urban areas thus resulting in a physical expansion of cities & towns either horizontally or vertically,however this process began to flourish during the period of industrial revolution. 465 more words

Geography Notes

The human epoch...

“Humans have only been part of Earth’s history for the blink of a geological eye, but in that time we have made a profound mark on the planet. 43 more words


The Equal Opportunity Act and labour rights...

Source: Trinidad Express newspapers dated 12th June 2016 on Employment and Human Rights

THE Equal Opportunity Act (EOA) prohibits discrimination in employment on several grounds, including race, gender, disability etc.

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