'In the present report, the Special Rapporteur, Catalina Devandas-Aguilar, provides a study focusing on disability-inclusive social protection as a prerequisite for the universalization of social protection. She stresses that social protection is fundamental for achieving the social inclusion and active participation of persons with disabilities, and promoting their active citizenship. She also argues that to achieve disability-inclusive social protection, States must move away from traditional disability-welfare approaches towards embracing the innovative rights based model'
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Global picture; disability; Disability and social diversity; persons with disabilities; Inclusion; exclusion and discrimination; socio-cultural; Politics government and economics; socio-economic; Cross-cutting; accessibility; Sustainable development goals; Livelihoods; social protection; poverty; women with disabilities; participation; inclusion and mainstreaming
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