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Plan regional de acción integral a personas con discapacidad 2002-2004 (Comprehensive regional action plan for people with disabilities 2002-2004)

Ministry of Labor and Social Policy. Murcia Government Consejería de trabajo y política social. Gobierno de Murcia Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Murcia 31 December 2002 Policy document health promotion, social and economic rights

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The basic objectives of the Plan of Action for Persons with Disabilities are:
1. In the personal realm: achieve maximum autonomy and independence of the disabled person.
2. In the social sphere: promoting a more active and greater participation in economic and social life of the community of persons with disabilities.

Los objetivos básicos del Plan Regional de Acción Integral para Personas con Discapacidad, de forma coincidente con lo postulado en el Plan nacional, se concretan en:
1. En el ámbito de lo personal: lograr el máximo de autonomía e independencia de la persona con discapacidad.
2. En el ámbito de lo social: impulsar una presencia más activa y una mayor partici- pación en la vida económica y social del colectivo de personas con discapaci- dad.

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