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National Policy on Disabilities

Bermuda National Office for Seniors and the Physically Challenged Country Resources Disability Policies Bermuda July 2007 Policy document disability, human rights, policy

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The guiding principles of the National Policy of Disabilities serve as the prerequisite for the cultural change envisioned.
Principle 1 - Guarantee human rights
Principle 2 - Compile quality research and document planning mechanisms
Principle 3 - Promote public awareness and societal understanding

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National Policy on Disabilities
English, 2.4 MB pdf

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