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Закон № 1224-xіі О социальной защите инвалидов в Республике Беларусь (Law № 1224-XII On Social Protection of Disabled Persons in the Republic of Belarus)

Belarus Government of the Republic of Belarus Country Resources Disability Legislation Belarus 11 November 1991 Legislation/regulation disability, education, employment, equality, social security

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Настоящий Закон направлен на определение государственной политики Республики Беларусь в отношении инвалидов и имеет целью осуществление эффективных мер по их социальной защите, обеспечению равенства и полноправного участия в жизни общества. Определяет государственную политику Республики Беларусь в области социальной защиты инвалидов, регламентирует порядок признания лица инвалидом, образование, трудоустройство, обеспечение специальными средствами, создание безбарьерной среды, социальную поддержку и создание общественных объединений инвалидов.

This Act aims to define the state policy of the Republic of Belarus in respect of persons with disabilities and aims at the implementation of effective measures for their social protection, equality and full participation in society. Determine the state policy of the Republic of Belarus in the field of social protection of disabled people, regulate the procedure for recognizing a person as disabled, education, employment, the provision of special facilities, the creation of a barrier-free environment, social support and creation of public associations for people with disabilities.

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