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Disabled rights still lacking in Greece
The Greek crisis has seen services and funds cut across the board from pensioners to preschools. But if there is one group that has been disproportionately affected, it is the disabled.
The debt crisis and current government’s performance aside, the existing infrastructure for disabled people in Greece is poor, and has historically been so. Foot paths are narrow, broken and often feature trees and plants deliberately planted in their c...
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