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Agenda Nacional para la Igualdad en Discapacidades (ANID) 2013-2017 (National Agenda for the Equality in Disabilities)

Consejo Nacional de la Igualdad de Discapacidades Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Ecuador 2013 Policy document plan

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Con la finalidad de contribuir a la construcción de una sociedad inclusiva desde la perspectiva de discapacidad, la Agenda Nacional para la Igualdad en Discapacidades presenta orientaciones para el diseño de las políticas públicas que promueven, protegen y aseguran el goce pleno de los derechos de laspersonas con discapacidad, con principios de igualdad y no discriminación
La ANID está estructurada por cuatro títulos centrales: 1) antecedents históricos, 2) marco referencial, 3) diagnóstico y 4) direccionamiento estratégico. Constituye un referente para entidades de los sectores público y privado, en pro del diseño e implementación de las políticas públicas con enfoque para la igualdad desde la perspectiva de discapacidad.

In order to build an inclusive society from the perspective of disability, the National Agenda for the Equality in Disabilities presents guidance for the design of public policies that promote, protect and ensure the full enjoyment of the rights of people with disabilities, with the principles of equality and non-discrimination. The ANID is structured by four main headings: 1) historical background, 2) framework 3) diagnosis and 4) strategic direction. It is a reference for those in the public and private sectors, for the design and implementation of public policies with focus on equality from a disability perspective.


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