Women with disabilities : accessing trade / [by) Deborah Stienstra ... [et al.]. : SW21-112/2004
This research study investigates how trade in health services and assistive devices affected women with disabilities and how women entrepreneurs with disabilities access trade services and information. The report takes a historical perspective, examining changes over the past decade and identifying obstacles and benefits for women with disabilities from trade relationships. The report recommends concrete measures that can be undertaken by governments and private sector organizations to address these concerns. Includes tables and figures.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Status of Women Canada.|
|Title||Women with disabilities : accessing trade / [by) Deborah Stienstra ... [et al.].|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | French]|
|Other formats||Electronic-[French], Electronic-[English]|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Status of Women Canada 2004.|
|Description||English text, vii, 74p. : graphs, references, tables ; 28 cm.|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Subject terms|| Adaptive aids (for persons with disabilities) |
Barrier free access
Health care system
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