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Karta Praw Osób Niepełnosprawnych (Charter on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities)

Government of Poland Country Resources disability, Disability Legislation, Human Rights Legislation Poland 1 August 1997 Legislation/regulation

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Polish Parliament recognizes that persons with disabilities, or people whose physical fitness, psychological or mental permanently or temporarily hinders, restricts or prevents daily life, education, work, and perform social roles, in accordance with customary law and are entitled an independent, autonomous and active life, and not be subject to discrimination. Parliament considers that this means in particular the right of persons with disabilities


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