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Students with Disabilities in Spain

Posted on May 01, 2019


Generally, Spain is very accessible with streets, public transportation, facilities and other infrastructure suited to meet the needs of those with limited physical ability. Instances of discrimination are low as the government effectively enforces laws protecting the disabled populations. You should not have any major issues with having adequate accommodations, but planning ahead with your program leader or host institution will ensure a smooth process, especially for outdoor activities or trips to rural areas.

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