MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from French to English –
Source: Republic of France in French The French Republic has issued the following statement:
For the government, an inclusive society is at the same time a factor of individual emancipation and social progress.
Since 2017, disability has been one of the main priorities of the five-year term.
In less than a year, two major meetings marked this commitment: the Interministerial Committee on Disability of December 3, 2019, then the fifth National Conference on Disability of February 11, 2020 on the occasion of which the President of the Republic called for make every effort in all areas so that everyone can choose their personal, academic, professional, cultural and social background; and so that no disabled person or family is left isolated. The first results are there, following on from the efforts made over the past three years.
By organizing this Interministerial Committee on Disability, the government is sending a simple message: the health crisis is not slowing down the determination of government action. The government even wants to speed up its policy, ensuring that it is implemented fairly across the country.
The government has four objectives:
Investing in the younger generations with disabilities
Give the young people of today every opportunity to become the independent citizens of tomorrow.
Simplify procedures and strengthen the power to act of people with disabilities
Simplifying the administrative procedures to benefit from their rights represents an issue of dignity and confidence with regard to people with disabilities is the priority issue of the five-year term.
BETTER SUPPORT TO IMPROVE LIFE
Guarantee the unconditionality of support for people with disabilities and their families and better organize local support.
Commit society to universal accessibility.
The state wants to adapt society so that people with disabilities live like other citizens.
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