Confédération européenne pour l'emploi des handicapés (CEEH)
European Confederation for the Employment of Handicapped Persons
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1990-02 Paris France
Feb 1990, Paris (France), with the support of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, at European conference. Registered in accordance with Belgian and French law.
Promote rights of people with disabilities in member states of the European Union (EU) and worldwide; improve awareness of disability issues with authorities and political institutions of the EU and each Member State; raise the priority assigned to training, job-placement, employment and integration of people with disabilities, notably common European legislation; support promotion of improved living and working conditions, proper social protection and development of human resources with a view to lasting high employment and the combating of exclusion.
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General Assembly (at least annual). Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President, General Secretary, Treasurer (all elected by General Assembly) and 3 Regional Representatives from the northern, central and southern regions of Europe. Secretariat located in Nottingham (UK).
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