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Progressing the Disability Agenda: Strategic Plan 2010 -2012

National Disability Authority Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Ireland 31 December 2010 Policy document autonomy, policy, Social Inclusion

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This Strategic Plan for the three year period 2010-2012 sets out how the National Disability Authority (NDA), the Government’s expert advisory body on disability, will focus its work to guide government departments and agencies on continuing to progress the inclusion of people with disabilities in the mainstream of Irish life in the current difficult economic climate.

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