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제3차 편의증진 국가종합5개년 계획 2010-2014 (The 3rd Five-Year National Comprehensive Plan on the Promotion of Convenience)

Ministry of Health and Welfare Government of the Republic of Korea Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Republic of Korea 1 May 2010 Policy document service user participation, Social Inclusion

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제 3차 편의증진 국가종합 5개년 계획은 “장애인, 노인, 임산부등의편의증진보장에관한법률” 제 12조에 따라 종합적인 편의증진 정책 수립 및 시행함에 그 법적 근거가 있음. 제 3차 계획의 목표는 편의시설 설치율을 2014년까지 88% (2008년 77.5% 대비 10.5% 증), 적정설치율은 70% (2008년 55.8% 대비 14.2% 증)까니 높임에 있음. 정부기관은 2014년까지 95%까지 높이는 것으로 추진.

본 편의증진정책의 기본방향은 다음과 같다: 1)이용자가 만족하는 편의시설의 적정성 확보; 2) 건축물의 기본구조로서 ‘무장애’ 시설의 보편화 추진.

추진과제는 공공시설, 주거, 교육, 작업, 문화환경 등의 편의시설 및 서비스 강화; 제도 및 법령 개선; 기술개발 및 연구; 인식개선 및 정책홍보로 이루어짐.

The 3rd Comprehensive National Plan o n the Promotion of Convenience has its legal basis on the Article 12 of the “Act on the Guarantee of Promotion of Convenience of Persons with Disabilities, Elderly People, Pregnant Women, etc.”. This goal of this plan is to increase installation rate of convenience facilities to 88% (77.5% as of 2008) and rate of proper installation of convenience facilities to 70% (55.8% as of 2008) by 2014. For government agencies, the target installation rate of convenience facilities is 95% by 2014.

The main objectives of the convenience promotion policy are as follows:
1) To achieve adequate installation of convenience facilities that satisfy users; and
2) to universalize the installation of ‘no-disability’ facilities as part of the fundamental structures of buildings, so that all buildings are fundamentally built to pose no barriers for people with disabilities.

The driving initiatives of this plan include: installation and fortification of convenience facilities and services in public facilities and living, educational, cultural and occupational environments; systemic and legislative improvements; technological research and development; and awareness improvement and policy campaign.


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