By Paul E. Torgensen
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4). 1). 1: Indicators of State Vulnerability (derived from: Foreign Policy, 2007) The Foreign Policy’s State Failure Index ranks are based on twelve indicators of state vulnerability – four social, two economic and six political. The indicators are not designed to forecast when states may experience violence or collapse. Instead, they are meant to measure a state’s vulnerability to collapse or conflict. Social Indicators 1. Demographic pressures. Including the pressures deriving from high population density relative to food supply and other life-sustaining resources; the pressure from a population’s settlement patterns and physical settings, including border disputes, ownership or occupancy of land, access to transportation outlets, control of religious or historical sites, and proximity to environmental hazards.
A more lasting solution would be to ensure that people with disabilities are afforded access to services which would increase their self-sufficiency and make the grants themselves redundant. This is in turn dependent on the improvement of the socio-economic situation of all members of the poorest sectors of South African society. Despite the continued challenges facing South Africa in terms of the removal of physical, legislative, social and attitudinal barriers to equitable access to basic services and rights such as education, employment and health services to people with disabilities – there are existing structures, both governmental and non-governmental, that are committed to redressing these inequities.
This statement is borne out by Turnbull (1992) who claims that “Tolerance of people with disabilities has also tended to diminish sharply during periods of economic hardship” (Turnbull, 1992 – cited in Choruma, 2006). 2. ) are in short supply and completely unaffordable to most people who need them. State grants for devices have collapsed; special schools are struggling to function. 3. People with disabilities suffer disproportionately from Zimbabwe’s crisis; the collapse of health services particularly affects people with disabilities as 2 The Effect of Failed States on the Well-Being and Lives of People with Disabilities 27 they typically use health services more than non-disabled people.
A concept of organization by Paul E. Torgensen