Published in: 2016
This publication highlights the key physical, social, and institutional factors that act as barriers or facilitators for the full and equal participation for women, men, girls and boys with disabilities. The following chapters shed light on the critical role local and national governments, civil society, academia, philanthropic foundations, and the private sector can play in ensuring that cities of the future are inclusive, accessible, and barrier-free to persons with disabilities.
DIAUD/ CBM (2016). The Inclusion Imperative: Towards Disability-Inclusive and Accessible Urban Development - Key Recommendations for an Inclusive Urban Agenda.
English Politicians and local decision makers Urban (entire city)
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