Academic network of European disability experts (ANED)
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The information contained on this page was updated in February 2012 and is also maintained by our country team.

Name: Limbach-Reich, Arthur

Address: University of Luxembourg Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE), Campus Walferdange, Bât. XII, 0.04; Route de Diekirch (B.P.2)


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Policy contacts

The main contact point for co-ordination of disability policy at the national level is:

Law and Policy

More details of national policy instruments, and with relevance to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of persons with Disabilities, are provided in DOTCOM: the Disability Online Tool of the Commission.

Facts and figures

More details are available from ANED’s Indicators of Disability Equality in Europe. The following key points are summarised from data sources at European or national level, with particular relevance to the European Disability Strategy 2010-2020 and Europe 2020 targets.

Data and research

Enquiries about official data on disability issues can be directed to:

Disabled people’s organisations

The national assembly representing disabled people’s organisations is:

  • The Luxembourg National Council of Disabled People (Info Handicap) is a nonprofit association, representing about 60 associations of and for persons with a disability
  • The Higher Council of Persons with Disabilities (Conseil Supérieur des Personnes Handicapées) assists and advises the Government concerning policy for persons with disabilities
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