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Italy: New Legislation Guaranteeing Inclusive Education to Students with Disabilities Takes Effect

(Oct. 8, 2019) On September 12, 2019, Legislative Decree No. 96 of August 7, 2019, Provisions Integrating and Correcting Legislative Decree No. 66 of April 13, 2017 on the Promotion of School Inclusion for Students with Disabilities (L.D. No. 96), entered into effect in Italy. The amendments under the new Decree add the United Nations […]

Mexico: Foreign Service Law Reformed

(Mar. 28, 2018) In a plenary session on March 22, 2018, all 337 members of the Lower House of the Mexican Congress (Cámara de Diputados) voted to approve various reforms to the Mexican Foreign Service Law, which seeks to improve the working conditions of state workers abroad.  (Horacio Jiménez & Alejandra Canchola, Cámara de diputados […]

Israel: Law on Rights of Students with Learning Disabilities Amended

(Oct. 6, 2014) On July 28, 2014, the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) passed an amendment to the Law on Rights of Students with Learning Disabilities at Post-Secondary School Institutions, 5768-2008. (SEFER HAHUKIM (Book of Laws, Official Gazette) 5768 No. 2147, p. 434 [in Hebrew]; RSLD (Amendment) Law, 5774-2014 [in Hebrew] (July 28, 2014), Knesset website [scroll […]