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Plan “Madrid Incluye” 2014-2015 (Plan “Madrid includes” 2014-2’15)

Ayuntamiento de Madrid Madrid City Hall Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Madrid 31 December 2013 Policy document equality, social and economic rights

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The Plan "Madrid Includes" 2014-2015 is the institutional response of the City of Madrid to the claims of persons with disabilities. It collects 138 actions from a comprehensive perspective aiming to universal accessibility, and participation of people with different types of disabilities in the various municipal, social services, education, volunteerism, culture, leisure and sports, employment, environment, mobility and health.

El Plan “Madrid Incluye”, 2014-2015 es la respuesta institucional del Ayuntamiento de Madrid a las reivindicaciones de las personas con discapacidad. Recoge 138 actuaciones desde la perspectiva de la accesibilidad integral y universal, y la participación de las personas con diferentes tipos de discapacidad en los diversos ámbitos municipales, servicios sociales, educación, voluntariado, cultura, ocio y deportes, empleo, medio ambiente y movilidad, urbanismo y salud.

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