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LOI no 2005-102 du 11 Février 2005 pour L’égalité des Droits et des Chances, La Participation et La Citoyenneté des Personnes Handicapées (LAW No. 2005-102 of 11 February 2005 on Equal Rights and Opportunities, Participation and Citizenship of Disabled)

National Assembly of France Country Resources disability, Disability Legislation France, Guadeloupe, Martinique 11 February 2005 Legislation/regulation human rights

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This legislation outlines several rights of individuals with disabilities, including the widespread availability to all areas of social life, the right to compensation for the consequences of disability, and the creation of departmental homes for disabled people.

Cette loi énonce plusieurs droits des personnes handicapées, y compris la disponibilité généralisée à tous les domaines de la vie sociale, le droit à la compensation pour les conséquences du handicap, et la création de maisons départementales pour les personnes handicapées.

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