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International Day of Persons with Disabilities is celebrated on 3 December each year, in accordance with a resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 14 October 1992. Celebration of this day will help for better understanding the challenges people with disabilities face in life and find ways to implement their rights.

Globally, 90% of persons with disabilities have satisfactory or above satisfactory work performance. They can contribute to increased profits, employee motivation, productivity and reduced turnover rates.

Inclusive societies ensure that everyone has equal access to opportunities and resources, such as employment, education and healthcare; and allow each individual to fully participate in economic, social and cultural life. By doing so, they untap their true potential and thrive.

The future is inclusive.