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Gehandicapten beleid in België: een overzicht (Disability policy in Belgium: an overview)

Federal Public Social Security (Kingdom of Belgium) Country Resources Disability Policies Belgium 1 January 2014 Policy document

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* This document applies to all regions in Belgium.

Dit document bevat een overzicht van het gehandicapten beleid in België.
Dit houdt in dat personen met een handicap toegang moeten hebben tot al de sectoren van de maatschappij, dus niet alleen tot gebouwen,
het openbaar vervoer, de tewerkstelling en het onderwijs.

This document gives an overview of the disability policy in Belgium. This means that people with disabilities have access to all the sectors of society, not only to buildings, public transport, employment and education.


Flemish, 369.3 kB pdf
French, 377.7 kB pdf

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