Title Russian Federation: 1. How are people with disabilities treated in daily life in Russia? 2. Do they face discrimination in employment? 3. What protection does the government provide against discrimination or other forms of harm (for example physical violence in the streets) which people with disabilities may suffer? 4. Is methadone illegal in Russia? What alternative forms of treatment are available for former heroin users?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 19 October 2009
Country Russian Federation
Topics Disabled persons
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Russian Federation: 1. How are people with disabilities treated in daily life in Russia? 2. Do they face discrimination in employment? 3. What protection does the government provide against discrimination or other forms of harm (for example physical violence in the streets) which people with disabilities may suffer? 4. Is methadone illegal in Russia? What alternative forms of treatment are available for former heroin users?, 19 October 2009, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f3f818f2.html [accessed 24 October 2014]
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