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World Autism Awareness Day is a time to recognize the contributions of individuals with autism around the world, despite facing obstacles in their basic rights to education, employment and societal involvement. The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development outline these rights.

It is crucial that governments prioritize investments in comprehensive support systems, inclusive educational initiatives and technology-driven solutions to empower individuals with autism. By increasing support and resources at both the national and local levels, it is essential to collaborate closely with individuals with autism and their advocates.

Together, we can come together today and every day to advocate for the rights of individuals with autism and strive towards a world that is inclusive and accessible for all. Let us work together to create a more equitable and welcoming environment for individuals with autism.

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