Wednesday 08 February 2012
Accessibility for everyone in France
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By Sarah Elzas

Seven years ago, France passed a law requiring all public buildings to be accessible to everyone, including those with physical impediments, by 2015. Today, just three years away from the deadline, not much has changed physically. But mentalities are starting to shift.

tags : Disability - France
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