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Building the Inclusive City
The experience of people with disabilities living in different countries varies significantly from place to place. Why do some countries excel in ensuring rights for people with disabilities, while others struggle? The answers are linked not only to laws, governance, and accountability but also to salience and the participation of people with disabilities in the issues that most affect them. Successful outcomes for disability-related policies have been inspired by the influential work ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-32988-4_2 fatcat:jfld3omqdzbqnjpw6rume4263e