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Inclusiveness in Development and Disability: Governance Challenges and Way Forward

In accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 2006 (UNCRPD), the Rights and Protection of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2013[Section 2 (9)] defined disability as a long-term or permanent physical, mental, intellectual, developmental inadequacy or sensory impairment on a person caused by any reason which hinders his or her full and effective participation in the society on the basis of equity
According to the Rights and Protection of Persons with Disabilities Act 2013, types of disabilities include: autism or autism spectrum disorders, physical disabilities, mental disabilities, visual impairments, speech disabilities, intellectual disability, hearing impairment, hearing-visual impairment, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, multidimensional disability and other types of disabilities.
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Full Report
Executive Summary (Bangla)
Executive Summary (English)