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n A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People – Our Delivery Plan to 2021 for the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Scottish Parliament Country Resources Scotland 2 December 2016 Policy document action plan, CRPD, disability, convention on the rights of persons with disabilities

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'A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People – Our Delivery Plan to 2021 for the United
Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities' outlines the following measures:

1. Support services that meet disabled people’s needs
2. Decent incomes and fairer working lives
3. Places that are accessible to everyone
4. Protected rights
5. Active participation
6. Measuring progress
7. Work already underway

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