Grupo Latinoamericano para la Participación, la Integración y la Inclusión de las Personas con Discapacidad (GLARP IIPD)
1977, as Latin American Professional Rehabilitation Group -- Grupo Latinoamericano de Rehabilitación Profesional (GLARP), at constitutional assembly, as successor to the regional office of G-XF4099 - Goodwill Industries International (GII). Also referred to in English as Latin American Vocational Rehabilitation Group. Restructured to function as a network and present name adopted 1999.
Strengthen operational capacity of member institutions in Latin American and Caribbean countries; promote and publicize professional rehabilitation of the handicapped; draw the attention of Latin American governments to legislation aimed at full integration of such people; promote research and community and family participation in the provision of alternative work and full integration in society.
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General Assembly (every 4 years). Board of Directors, consisting of 6 principal members (including President, Vice-President and Secretary) and 3 substitutes. Executive Director and Central Office. National Chapters.
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