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  1. 2019
  2. Published
  3. 2018
  4. Published
    Waddington, L., & Poulos, A. (2018). The right to health of children with disabilities in international law. In J. H. H. M. Dorscheidt, & J. E. Doek (Eds.), Children’s rights in health care (pp. 357-381). Leiden: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004327573_016
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    Waddington, L. (2018). The influence of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on EU Non-Discrimination Law. In U. Belavusau, & K. Henrard (Eds.), EU anti-discrimination law beyond gender (pp. 339-361). Oxford/London/New York/New Delhi/Sydney: Hart Publishing.
  7. Published
    Waddington, L. (2018). Australia. In L. Waddington, & A. Lawson (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Practice: A comparative analysis of the role of courts (pp. 51-88). (International Law in Domestic Legal Orders). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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    Lawson, A., & Waddington, L. (2018). Interpreting the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in domestic courts. In L. Waddington, & A. Lawson (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Practice: A comparative analysis of the role of courts (pp. 466-537). (International Law in Domestic Legal Orders). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  9. Published
    Lawson, A., & Waddington, L. (2018). Setting the Scene. In L. Waddington, & A. Lawson (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Practice: A comparative analysis of the role of court (pp. 1-12). (International Laws in Domestic Legal Orders). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  10. Published
    Waddington, L. (2018). The domestication of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Domestic legal status of the CRPD and relevance for court judgments. In L. Waddington, & A. Lawson (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Practice: A comparative analysis of the role of courts (pp. 538-555). (International Law in Domestic Legal Orders). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  11. Published
    Waddington, L. (2018). The European Union. In L. Waddington, & A. Lawson (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Practice: A comparative analysis of the role of courts (pp. 131-152). (International Law in Domestic Legal Orders). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  12. Published
    Waddington, L. (2018). The role of the judiciary and its relationship to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In L. Waddington, & A. Lawson (Eds.), The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Practice: A comparative analysis of the role of courts (pp. 576-593). (International Law in Domestic Legal Orders). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  14. Published
    Waddington, L. (2018). Mainstreaming disability rights in the European Social Pillar. Utrecht/Leeds: Academic Network of European Disability experts (ANED).
  15. Published
    Waddington, L., & Muir, E. (2018). Directive 2000/78/EC establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation. In E. Ales, M. Bell, O. Deinert, & S. Robin-Oliver (Eds.), International and European Labour Law. Article-by-Article Commentary (pp. 520-547). (IEBL International and European Business Law). Frankfurt am Main: C.H. Beck - Hart - Nomos.
  16. Published
    Mark Priestley, Roy Sainsbury, & Waddington, L. (2018). Disability Assessment in European States: ANED Synthesis Report. European Commission.
  17. Published
    Waddington, L. (2018). Reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities: Part of the right to equality and non-discrimination. In D. Goulas, & S. Kofinis (Eds.), Applying non-discrimination law / Η απαγόρευση των διακρίσεων στην πράξη (pp. 89-97). Thessaloniki: Hellenic League for Human Rights.
  18. 2017
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  20. Published
  21. Published
    Waddington, L., (2017). Non-discriminatie, handicap, definitie van de grond handicap, begrip langdurige beperkingen (Mohamed Daouidi v. Bootes Plus SL e.a.), No. EHRC 2017-2, 29, No. ECLI:EU:C:2016:917, 10 p., Dec 01, 2016. (European Human Rights Cases (EHRC); Vol. 2, No. EHRC 2017-2, 29).
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  23. Published
    Waddington, L. (2017). The potential for, and Barriers to, the Exercise of Active EU Citizenship by People with Disabilities: The Right to Free Movement. In R. Halvorsen, B. Hvinden, J. Bickenbach, D. Ferri, & A. M. Guillén Rodriguez (Eds.), The Changing Disability Policy System: Active Citizenship and Disability in Europe Volume 1 (Vol. 1, pp. 196). [chapter 12] (Routledge Advances in Disability Studies). London and New York: Routlegde.
  24. Published
  25. 2016
  26. Published
    Waddington, L., & Lawson, A. (2016). The unfinished story of EU disability non-discrimination law. In A. Bogg, C. Costello, & A. C. L. Davies (Eds.), Research Handbook on EU Labour Law (pp. 474-491). [Chapter 19] (Research Handbooks in European Law). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  27. Published
    Waddington, L., (2016). Europees Hof voor de Rechten van de Mens, Guberina tegen Kroatie, No. 23682/13, 6 p., Mar 22, 2016. (EHRC, European Human Rights Cases; Vol. 17, No. 6).
  28. Published
  29. Published
  30. Published
    Waddington, L., Priestley, M., & Yalcin, B. (2016). Equality of opportunity in employment? Disability rights and active labour market policies. In P. Blanck, & E. Flynn (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Disability Law and Human Rights (pp. 72-87). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
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  35. 2015
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  37. Published
  38. Published
  39. Published
  40. Published
    Waddington, L. B., Quinn, G., & Flynn, E. (2015). Editorial: The UNCRPD in Europe: Emerging Issues. In L. B. Waddington, G. Quinn, & E. Flynn (Eds.), European Yearbook of Disability Law (pp. 1-5). Cambridge-Antwerp-Portland: Intersentia.
  41. Published
    Waddington, L. B., (2015). EHRC 2015, , (Case note on Case C-354/13 CJEU 18 December 2014 (Kaltoft)), Dec 18, 2014. (European Human Rights Cases; No. 222537).
  42. Published
  43. Published
  44. Published
  45. Published
    Waddington, L. B., Quinn, G., & Flynn, E. (2015). European Yearbook of Disability Law. Cambridge-Antwerp-Portland: Intersentia.
  46. 2014
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  48. Published
    Waddington, L. B., & Toepke, C. (2014). Moving Towards Inclusive Education as a Human Right, An analysis of international legal obligations to implement inclusive education in law and policy. (Maastricht Faculty of Law Working Papers; Vol. 2014/7). Maastricht: Maastricht University.
  49. Published
    Waddington, L. B., & Toepke, C. (2014). Moving towards Inclusive Education as a human right. An analysis of international legal obligations to implement inclusive education in law & policy. In1School, a project on the right to inclusive education of NSGK, the Dutch Fund for Disabled Children.
  50. Published
    Waddington, L. B., Quinn, G., & Flynn, E. (2014). The UNCRPD in Europe: Emerging Issues (Editorial). In L. B. Waddington, G. Quinn, & E. Flynn (Eds.), European Yearbook of Disability Law (pp. 1-5). (Volume 5). Cambridge-Antwerp-Portland: Intersentia.
  51. 2013
  52. Published
  53. Published
    Waddington, L. B., Quinn, G., & Flynn, E. (2013). Editorial. In L. B. Waddington, G. Quinn, & E. Flynn (Eds.), European Yearbook of Disability Law, volume 4 (pp. 1-3). Intersentia.
  54. Published
    Waddington, L. B. (2013). Equal to the Task? Re-Examining EU Equality Law in Light of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. In L. B. Waddington, E. Quinn, & E. Flynn (Eds.), European Yearbook of Disability Law (pp. 169-200). (Volume 4). Antwerp: Intersentia.
  55. Published
    Waddington, L. B., Quinn, G., & Flynn, E. (2013). European Yearbook of Disability Law. (Volume 4). Cambridge, Antwerp, Portland: Intersentia.
  56. Published
  57. Published
    Waddington, L. B. (2013). Reflections on the protection of ‘vulnerable’ consumers under EU law. (Maastricht Faculty of Law Working Papers; No. 2013/2). Maastricht Faculty.
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