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Délibération n° 122 du 26 septembre 2005 relative aux commissions pour les enfants et les jeunes en situation de handicap de la Nouvelle-Calédonie/related to committees for child and youth disabilities in New Caledonia

Government of New Caledonia Country Resources Child and Youth Disability policies/plans/legislations and service standards disability New Caledonia 6 October 2005 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent

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This document outlines provisions for Committees for child and youth disability. We have an obligation to help them to access and seek meaningful activities in their life through prevention, early detection, care, education, training and employment. Provisions for "La commission pour les enfants et les jeunes en situation de handicap de la Nouvelle Calédonie (CEJH-NC) or Committee for disabled children and youth" and "commissions de circonscription de l'enseignement primaire (CCEP) or committee for primary education" are outlined.


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