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EU's plan for including people with disabilities isn't moving fast enough, say activists

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EU's plan for including people with disabilities isn't moving fast enough, say activists

EU's plan for including people with disabilities isn't moving fast enough, say activists

The EU's new 10-year strategy for the inclusion of people with disabilities builds upon previous mechanisms that have improved the lives of many, but it is still a long way off reaching equal rights for everyone, as one resident of Brussels told Euronews.


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