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Costa Rica: National plan for vocational integration of people with disabilities

The national plan serves as a tool to boost the human development of people with disabilities. It is structured in five chapters: Chapter one presents a profile of people with disabilities in the country; chapter two summarizes the regulatory and institutional framework and policies in force in relation to disability; chapter three describes the key interventions relating to integrating people with disabilities in the labour market and establishing steps to be taken; chapter four covers the principal bottlenecks that delay or obstruct the implementation of such interventions; and, the fifth chapter presents the National Plan for Vocational Integration for People with Disabilities.

Sources

Governments

Specify Source

Government of Costa Rica

Country

Costa Rica

Economic Groups

Developing countries

Regions

Americas

Knowledge Products

National policies and initiatives

Sub Knowledge Products

Plan

Issues

Access to training and skills utilization
People with disabilities

Subject Tags

economic and social rights
people with disabilities
vocational training
human resources development
Inclusion

Additional Subject Tags

Millennium Development Goals, MDGs

Publication Date

12/2012
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