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Absolutely Everyone: State disability plan 2017–2020

State Government of Victoria Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Victoria 1 January 2017 Policy document Accessibility, CRPD

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This is the Victorian Government’s state disability plan for 2017–2020. It is the third state disability plan for promoting the inclusion of more than one million people with a disability living in Victoria.

It tackles the barriers and exclusion that people with a disability have had to deal with daily as they go about living their life.


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