Jane Campbell: UK Office for Disability Issues

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Baroness Jane Campbell of the UK Office for Disability Issues introduces a national study on policy related to people with disability.

In the process she articulates well the consultative processes and attitudinal baselines that must be part of any effort that wishes to be known as Inclusive Tourism or Inclusive Destination Development.


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