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Apvienoto Nāciju Organizācijas Konvencijas par personu ar invaliditāti tiesībām īstenošanas pamatnostādnes 2014-2020 gadam (Policy on the implementation of the UN Convention on rights of persons with disabilities 2014-2020)

Ministry of Welfare Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Latvia 1 January 2013 Convention/treaty policy, social and economic rights

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Pamatnostādnes ir vidēja termiņa politikas plānošanas dokuments, kas izstrādāts septiņiem gadiem un nosaka galvenos mērķus, pamatprincipus, rīcības virzienus un sasniedzamos rezultātus Apvienoto Nāciju Organizācijas Konvencijas par personu ar invaliditāti tiesībām (turpmāk – Konvencija) īstenošanai. Pamatnostādņu mērķi un veicamie uzdevumi ir virzīti uz to, lai veicinātu personu ar invaliditāti pamattiesību un pamatbrīvību nodrošināšanu.

This is a mediaum-term political planning document, which is developed for a period of 7 years, and sets the core aims, principles and achievable results in the implementation of the UN Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The aim and objectives of this policy are targeted at the provision of basic rights and freedoms to persons with disabilities.

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