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A Strategy to improve the lives of people with disabilities 2012 – 2015

Poverty, Social Inclusion, Disability Branch Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Northern Ireland 31 December 2012 Policy document autonomy, Social Inclusion, social services

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This strategy acknowledges that people with disabilities deserve to be treated
equally alongside those without disabilities. They deserve to have support to
address the obstacles that can exist, solely on the basis of their disability, to prevent
the enjoyment of opportunities that are available to others.


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