The Head of Government Antoni Marti participated in the official presentation of the Ibero-American Program on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the framework of the Summit held in La Antigua, Guatemala, on Thursday.
The event, chaired by King Philip VI of Spain and held at the Spanish Cooperation Training Center, is also attended by the top executives of the countries that promote this program such as Costa Rica, Ecuador, Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Uruguay and Guatemala.
During the event, the general objectives of the program were set out, which involve contributing to the inclusion of people with disabilities in economic and social life, through policies that guarantee the exercise of their rights in accordance with the Convention of United Nations on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Specific objectives for the promotion of the adoption of legislative and administrative measures regarding disability have also been addressed, through technical cooperation, training, the exchange of good practices and financial allocation, in accordance with the lines of action of this Ibero-American Program.
The lines of action on which the program is focused were also exposed: equality, access to education, empowerment and access to specialized care services.
Andorra is one of the driving forces of this program and has been actively involved in the preparation of the drafting of the program presented today.