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National Strategy on social protection, integration and inclusion of people with disabilities for the period 2006 – 2013. “Equal opportunities for people with disabilities – towards a non-discriminatory society”

Government of Romania Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Romania 31 December 2006 Policy document

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This new strategy follows the National Strategy for the Special Protection and Social Integration of Disabled People in Romania, approved in 2002 and based on the principles of the 1993 UN Standard Rules.


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