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Pentru aprobarea Strategiei de incluziune socială a persoanelor cu dizabilităţi (2010–2013) (approval of the Strategy for Social Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities (2010-2013))

The Republic of Moldova Country Resources Disability Legislation, Disability Strategies and Plans Republic of Moldova 12 October 2010 Policy document

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Strategia de incluziune socială a persoanelor cu dizabilităţi (2010-2013) (denumită în continuare Strategie) este un document strategic ce vizează problematica persoanelor cu dizabilităţi din Republica Moldova. Pentru atingerea obiectivului de asigurare a drepturilor sociale ale populaţiei, pentru ridicarea nivelului de trai şi promovarea bunăstării sociale asumate de Republica Moldova prin ratificarea Cartei Sociale Europene revizuite, Strategia reprezintă o racordare a cadrului legal naţional la cel european.

Strategy for Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities (2010-2013) is a strategic document aimed at improving the conditions for persons with disabilities in Moldova.To achieve the objective of ensuring social rights of the population, raising living standards and promoting social welfare Moldova has commmited to ratify the revised European Social Charter, this Strategy represents a harmonization of the national legal framework at European level.


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