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Libro blanco sobre la discapacidad en Euskadi (White paper about disability in Euskadi)

País Vasco Government Gobierno Vasco Country Resources disability, Disability Policies, Disability Strategies and Plans Pais Vasco 29 January 2013 Policy document social development

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The White Paper on Disability in Euskadi in fixing on the one hand, the principles and values on which to build a more just and caring society. On the other hand, it helps to better understand the reality of people with disabilities and their families, from the perspective of those engaged in day to day with their proximity, experience and daily work. This book is a reference and a tool of great interest to the Government, a base of study and work.

El Libro Blanco de la Discapacidad en Euskadi en el que se establecen por un lado, los principios y valores sobre los que construir una sociedad más justa y solidaria. Por otro lado, nos ayuda a conocer mejor la realidad de las personas con discapacidad y sus familias, desde la óptica de quienes están comprometidos en el día a día, con su proximidad, experiencia y trabajo diario. Este libro constituye una referencia y una herramienta de gran interés para el Gobierno, una base de estudio y trabajo.

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