students and persons with disabilities within the equity and justice policy

Higher education: students and persons with disabilities within the equity and justice policy in the next strategy of the ministry. ----------------------- The Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Professor Entisar Saghir, appealed to higher education institutions on the importance of supporting and encouraging people with disabilities and paying attention to meeting their needs and desires for university study opportunities Within the policy of fairness and justice as a future strategic goal that preserves and achieves equality without discrimination, according to their desires and academic inclinations, this came when she met with the Minister of Labor and Social Development Lina Al-Sheikh, in the presence of the Ministry's Undersecretary Professor Sami Sharif, stressing the importance of reviewing the higher education policy in accepting a segment of people with Disability in the next stage while ensuring the creation of an appropriate university environment that helps their movement, study and needs easily and easily. For her part, Minister of Labor and Social Welfare, Lina Al-Sheikh, affirmed that there are great challenges that fall on the shoulders of persons with disabilities in their academic achievement, representing a priority that we work to overcome together with Higher education and universities in methods of achievement and the provision of educational materials in accessible language, with the flexibility of methods of communication with others in sign language through translation in universities or other state service facilities, insured on the Fake to develop this aspect of their interaction with ease with segments of society

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