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A complaint lodged against France by European Action of the Disabled (AEH). has been declared admissible

European Action of the Disabled (AEH) v. France, Complaint No. 81/2012

[10/10/2012] The decision on the admissibility of the European Committee of Social Rights in the complaint European Action of the Disabled (AEH) v. France, n 81/2012 is now public.

This complaint was registered on 3 April 2012 and the decision on admissibility adopted on 12 September 2012.

The complaint concerns the problems regarding access of autistic children and adolescents to education and access of autistic young adults to vocational training.

The complainant organisation alleges that France does not comply with its obligations under Articles 10 (right to vocational training) and 15 (right of persons with disabilities to independence, social integration and participation in the life of the community), taken alone or in combination with Article E (non discrimination) of the European Social Charter (Revised).

Complaint No. 81/2012
Decision on admissibility
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