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Description The Harvard Law School Project on Disability (HPOD) works to promote the human rights of people with disabilities worldwide.

HPOD supports the development of disability civil society, informs innovative legislative and policy development, provides legal advice and human rights training to persons with disabilities, their representative organizations, non-governmental organizations, National Human Rights Institutions, and governments.
Address 1563 Massachusetts Ave, Hall 423
Cambridge
Massachusetts
02138
United States of America
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