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Promoting inclusion and participation: Strategic Plan 2013-2015

National Disability Authority Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Ireland 31 December 2013 Policy document autonomy, service standards, social services

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The National Disability Strategy Implementation Plan will chart the Government’s targets on disability for the coming three years. This period is also likely to see Ireland’s ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which requires ratifying States to engage in a programme to achieve social, economic and cultural rights. Providing practical advice and guidance to Departments and public bodies on how to deliver on these
commitments will be a core National Disability Authority role.

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