Partial agreement in the social and public health field
Accord partiel dans le domaine social et de la santé publique
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16 Nov 1959, under Resolution (59) 23 adopted by the D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE) Committee of Ministers. Structure revised by Resolution (96) 35 adopted by the Committee of Ministers, 2 Oct 1996, with effect from 1 Jan 1997. Ceased to exist prior to 2015.
Raise the level of health protection of consumers in its widest acceptation: constant contribution to harmonize - in the field of products having a direct or indirect impact on the human food chain as well as in the field of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics -, legislation regulations and practices governing, on the one hand, quality, efficiency and safety controls for products and on the other hand, the safe use of toxic or noxious products. Integrate people with disabilities into the community: define a coherent policy for people with disabilities, which takes account, simultaneously of the principles of full citizenship and independent living. Contribute to eliminate barriers to integration, whatever their nature: psychological, educational, family-related, cultural, social, professional, financial or architectural.
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