References / Acknowledgments
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• The Canadian Paraplegic Association, Manitoba Division. Access: A Guide for Architects and Designers. Second Edition, Manitoba, Canada, the Canadian Paraplegic Association, Manitoba Division, 1989.
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This manual has been prepared by SOLIDERE in collaboration with ESCWA and with the approval of the Ministry of Social Affairs and the National Committee for the Disabled.