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									Convention on the Rights of persons with disabilities
Preface
Parties to this Convention,
(A) Recalling the "UN Charter" to the principles declared
all members of the human family recognized the inherent dignity and
worth and the equal and inalienable rights is the freedom, justice and
peace,
(B) confirm that the United Nations "Universal Declaration of
Human Rights" and the International Covenants on Human Rights
proclaimed and agreed that everyone is entitled to all the rights
contained in these instruments and freedoms, without distinction of
any kind,
(C) Reaffirming that all human rights and fundamental freedoms are
universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated, and must be
guaranteed without discrimination of persons with disabilities the
full enjoyment of these rights and freedoms,
(D) Review of "Economic, Social and Cultural Rights",
"the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights,"
"International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of
Racial Discrimination", "Elimination of All Forms of
Discrimination against Women," "against Torture and Other
Cruel , Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, ""
Convention on the Rights of the Child "and" Protection of
All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families "
(E) Recognizing that disability is an evolving concept and that
disability hinders their equality with others on the basis of full and
effective participation in society's attitudes and environmental
barriers are the result of the interaction,
(F) confirm the "World Programme of Action concerning Disabled
Persons" and "Standard Rules on Equalization of
Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities," the principles and
policy guidelines contained in influencing national, regional and
international levels to develop and evaluate further the equalization
of opportunities for persons with disabilities policies, plans,
programs and actions the importance of
(G) stressed the importance of mainstreaming disability issues as
related to sustainable development an important part of the strategy,
(H) Recognizing also that discrimination against any person because of
disability is a person's inherent dignity and worth of the violations,
(Ix) also confirmed the diversity of persons with disabilities,
(J) Recognizing the need to promote and protect the human rights of
all persons with disabilities, including the need to strengthen
support for the human rights of persons with disabilities,
(K) Concerned that, despite these various instruments and
undertakings, persons with disabilities to participate as equal
members of society continue to face obstacles, the human rights of
persons with disabilities around the world continue to be violated
(L) Recognizing the international cooperation for improving the
national disability, especially the living conditions of persons with
disabilities in developing countries is essential,
(XIII) to confirm the overall well-being of persons with disabilities
to their community and diversity and potential to make valuable
contributions, and make sure to promote the full enjoyment of their
human rights and fundamental freedoms and promote the full
participation of persons with disabilities, will enhance their sense
of belonging, greatly promote the development of human society and
socio-economic development and poverty eradication efforts,
(N) Recognizing individual autonomy and independence, including the
freedom to make their own choices, is critical for persons with
disabilities,
(Xv) that people with disabilities should have the opportunity to
actively participate in policy and program decision-making process,
including persons with disabilities policies and programs directly
related to the decision-making process,
(Xvi) interest because of race, color, sex, language, religion,
political or other opinion, national, ethnic, indigenous or social
origin, property, birth, age or other status are subject to multiple
or aggravated forms of discrimination against disabled the difficult
situation faced by the people,
(Q) Recognizing that disabled women and girls with disabilities
outside the home often face greater risks, more vulnerable to
violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment,
maltreatment or exploitation,
(R) Recognizing that children with disabilities should be equal basis
with other children on the full enjoyment of all human rights and
fundamental freedoms, and recalling the "Convention on the Rights
of the Child," the obligations of States parties to this end,
(Xix) stressed the importance of a gender perspective into to promote
the full enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms in all
efforts,
(Xx) stressed that the majority of people with disabilities live in
poverty, in this regard recognizing the critical need to address the
adverse effects of poverty on persons with disabilities,
(U) Bearing in mind that adhere to the "UN Charter" and to
comply with the purposes and principles of applicable human rights
instruments on the basis of peace and security is fully protected
persons with disabilities, in particular in armed conflicts and
foreign occupation necessary to the full protection of persons with
disabilities conditions,
(Xxii) to confirm accessibility to the physical, social, economic and
cultural environment, health and education, and information and
communication, persons with disabilities can fully enjoy all human
rights and fundamental freedoms,
(Xxiii) Recognizing that the individual, others and the obligations of
the community I belong, has the responsibility to promote and to
comply with "International Bill of Human Rights" the rights
recognized
(Xxiv) Convinced that the family is the natural and fundamental group
unit of society, entitled to the protection of society and the State,
the disabled and their family members should receive the necessary
protection and assistance to enable families to persons with
disabilities full and equal enjoyment of their rights to contribute to
(Xxv) believe that to promote and protect the rights and dignity of
persons with disabilities comprehensive and integral international
convention would contribute to change in the developing and developed
countries, people with disabilities in the community of serious
disadvantage, to promote equal opportunities for persons with
disabilities participation in civic, political, economic, social and
cultural life
Agreed as follows:
Article
Purpose
The purpose of this Convention is to promote, protect and ensure that
all persons with disabilities full and equal enjoyment of all human
rights and fundamental freedoms, and to promote respect for the
inherent dignity of persons with disabilities.
Persons with disabilities include physical, mental, intellectual or
sensory impairments have long-term, these injuries interaction with
various barriers may hinder persons with disabilities on an equal
basis with others, full and effective participation in society.
Article
Definition
Purposes of this Convention:
"Communication" includes languages, subtitles, Braille,
tactile communication, large print, accessible multimedia as well as
written language, hearing, plain-language, human reader and
augmentative and alternative modes, means and modes, including
accessible information and communications technology;
"Language" includes spoken and signed languages and other
forms of non spoken languages;
"Disability-based discrimination" is made the basis of
disability in any distinction, exclusion or restriction, the purpose
or effect in the political, economic, social, cultural, civil or any
other areas, damage or cancellation on an equal basis with others on
human rights and fundamental freedoms of all recognition, enjoyment or
exercise. Disability-based discrimination, including all forms of
discrimination, including denial of reasonable accommodation;
"Reasonable accommodation" means the specific needs, without
imposing a disproportionate or undue burden, the case of necessary and
appropriate modification and adjustments to ensure that persons with
disabilities an equal basis with others, enjoy or exercise all human
rights and fundamental freedoms ;
"Universal design" refers to the maximum extent possible so
that everyone can use, without the need for adaptation or specialized
design of products, environments, programs and service design.
"Universal design" shall not exclude groups of people with
disabilities when necessary for certain assistive devices.
Article
General principles
Principles of this Convention:
I respect the inherent dignity, individual autonomy including the
freedom to make their own choices, and independence of persons;
Ii non-discrimination;
Iii full and effective participation and inclusion in society;
Iv respect for difference and acceptance of people with disabilities
is part of human diversity and the human race;
V equality of opportunity;
Vi Accessibility;
Vii gender equality;
Viii respect for the evolving capacities of children with disabilities
and respect for children with disabilities the right to preserve their
identities.
Article
General obligations
First, States Parties undertake to ensure and promote the full
realization of all persons with disabilities of all human rights and
fundamental freedoms without any discrimination based on disability.
To this end, States Parties undertake:
I take all appropriate legislative, administrative and other measures
to implement the rights recognized in this Convention;
Ii take all appropriate measures, including legislation, to modify or
abolish existing laws that discriminate against persons with
disabilities, regulations, customs and practices;
Iii in all policies and programs take into account the protection and
promotion of human rights of persons with disabilities;
Iv not inconsistent with this Convention the implementation of any act
or practice, to ensure that public authorities and institutions act in
compliance with this Convention;
V to take all appropriate measures to eliminate any individual,
organization or private enterprise discrimination based on disability;
Vi undertake or promote research and development as defined in Article
II of the Convention of universally designed goods, services,
equipment and facilities in order to require the minimum possible
adaptation and the least cost to meet the specific needs of persons
with disabilities, to promote these goods, services, equipment and
facilities to provide and use, and in the development of standards and
guidelines to promote universal design;
Vii undertake or promote research and development of new technologies
for persons with disabilities and to promote the availability and use
of these new technologies, including information and communications
technologies, mobility aids, devices, assistive technologies, giving
priority to low-cost technology;
Viii provide accessible information to persons with disabilities about
mobility aids, devices and assistive technologies, including new
technologies, as well as other forms of assistance, support services
and facilities;
Ix To promote the training of professionals and staff with
disabilities so that they understand the rights recognized in this
Convention, in order to better provide the assistance guaranteed by
those rights and services.
Second, on the economic, social and cultural rights, States Parties
undertake to make full use of available resources and, if necessary,
within the framework of international cooperation, take measures to
progressively the full realization of these rights, without prejudice
to this Convention, immediately applicable according to international
law obligations.
Third, States Parties shall implement this Convention in the
development and implementation of legislation and policies related to
disability issues and in other decision-making process, through their
representative organizations of persons with disabilities, and persons
with disabilities, including children with disabilities, in close
consultation with and actively participation.
Fourth, the present Convention shall not affect any State law or
international law in force for that State Party is more conducive to
the realization of any of the provisions of the rights of persons with
disabilities. For according to law, conventions, regulations or
customs in any State Party to this Convention or the existence of any
recognized human rights and fundamental freedoms, not to the present
Covenant does not recognize or not fully recognize these rights or
freedoms as a pretext to limit or impair .
Fifth, the provisions of this Convention shall be without any
limitations or exceptions applicable to the various components of
federal states.
Article
Equality and non-discrimination
First, the State party confirmed that before the law, equality, the
right to enjoy the law without any discrimination to the equal
protection and equal rights.
Second, States Parties shall prohibit all discrimination based on
disability, to ensure that persons with disabilities equal and
effective legal protection against discrimination for any reason.
Third, to promote equality and eliminate discrimination, States
Parties shall take all appropriate steps to ensure that reasonable
accommodation is provided.
Fourth, to accelerate or achieve de facto equality of persons with
disabilities to take specific measures, shall not be considered
discrimination under the Convention.
Article
Women with disabilities
States Parties recognize the disabled women and girls with
disabilities are subject to multiple discrimination, in this regard,
it should take measures to ensure their full and equal enjoyment of
all human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Second, States Parties shall take all appropriate measures to ensure
women's full development, advancement and empowerment of the aim is to
ensure that women can exercise and enjoyment of the provisions of this
Convention, the human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Article
Children with disabilities
First, States Parties shall take all necessary measures to ensure that
children with disabilities an equal basis with other children on the
full enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Second, in all actions concerning children with disabilities in the
best interests of the child shall be a primary consideration.
Third, States Parties shall ensure that children with disabilities
have the right to an equal basis with other children, and on all
matters affecting freedom of expression and access to appropriate to
their disability status and age of the assistance to realize this
right, the views of disabled children according to their age and
maturity should be considered appropriate.
Article VIII
Awareness
First, States Parties undertake to adopt immediate, effective and
appropriate measures to:
I raise awareness throughout society, including families, the
disabled, and to foster respect for the rights and dignity of persons
with disabilities;
Ii all aspects of life of persons with disabilities to eliminate
stereotypes, prejudices and harmful practices, including gender and
age stereotypes, prejudices and harmful practices;
Iii enhance the capabilities and contributions of persons with
disabilities awareness.
Second, the measures taken to this end include:
I Initiating and maintaining effective publicity campaigns to raise
public awareness in order to:
1, the right to cultivate the attitude of receiving persons with
disabilities;
2, to promote a positive view of the disabled, to improve
understanding of the disabled community;
3, to promote recognition of the skills of persons with disabilities,
talents and abilities and their workplace and the contribution of the
labor market;
Ii training at all levels of the education system in the attitude of
respect for the rights of persons with disabilities, including a
child, all children develop this attitude;
Iii encourage all media organizations to meet the purposes of this
Convention, the way reports of persons with disabilities;
Iv Promoting awareness of persons with disabilities and disability
rights training program.
Article IX
Accessibility
One, in order to enable persons with disabilities to live
independently and participate fully in all aspects of life, States
Parties shall take appropriate measures to ensure equality of persons
with disabilities on the basis of other people have access, physical
environment, transportation, use of information and communication ,
including information and communications technologies and systems, and
access in urban and rural areas open to the public or provide other
facilities and services. These measures should include the
identification and elimination of obstacles and barriers to
accessibility and, inter alia, shall apply to:
I building, roads, transportation and other indoor and outdoor
facilities, including schools, housing, medical facilities and
workplaces;
Ii information, communications and other services, including
electronic services and emergency services.
Second, States Parties shall also take appropriate measures to:
I prepared and published or open to the public accessibility of
facilities and services provided by minimum standards and guidelines,
and monitor their implementation;
Ii ensure that open to the public or for public facilities and
services in all aspects of private entities to consider accessibility
for persons with disabilities;
Iii accessibility issues facing persons with disabilities provide
training for stakeholders;
Iv open to the public buildings and other facilities to provide easy
to read Braille signs and understand the signs;
V provide various forms of live assistance and intermediaries,
including guides, readers and professional sign language interpreters,
to facilitate open to the public buildings and other facilities
accessible;
Vi to persons with disabilities to promote other appropriate forms of
assistance and support to ensure that persons with disabilities access
to information;
Vii encourage persons with disabilities to new information and
communication technologies and systems, including the Internet;
Viii promote the early stages of design, development, production and
distribution of accessible information and communications technologies
and systems to enable the lowest cost to make these technologies and
systems become accessible.
Article
The right to life
States Parties reaffirm the inherent right to life for all, and shall
take all necessary measures to ensure that persons with disabilities
an equal basis with others on the effective enjoyment of this right.
Article XI
Situations of risk and humanitarian emergencies
States Parties shall in accordance with international law, including
international humanitarian law and international human rights law
obligations to take all necessary measures to ensure the case in times
of crisis, including in the event of armed conflict, humanitarian
emergencies and natural disasters, persons with disabilities to
protection and security.
Article XII
Equal recognition before the law
First, the States Parties reaffirm that persons with disabilities have
the personality before the law recognized everywhere as the right.
Second, States Parties shall recognize that persons with disabilities
in all aspects of life on an equal basis with others, to enjoy legal
capacity.
Third, States Parties shall take appropriate measures to facilitate
persons with disabilities to their ability to exercise their legal
rights may require assistance.
Fourth, States Parties shall ensure, with the exercise of legal
capacity of all relevant measures are in accordance with international
human rights law to provide appropriate and effective safeguards to
prevent abuse. Such safeguards shall ensure that the exercise of legal
capacity respect the measures of their rights, will and choice, no
conflict of interest and undue influence, adapt to my situation, for
the shortest time possible, and regularly by a competent, independent
and impartial authority or judicial body. Protection provided by these
measures should be proportional to the degree of individual rights.
Fifth, in line with provisions of this article, States Parties shall
take all appropriate and effective measures to ensure equal rights for
persons with disabilities to own or inherit property, control their
own financial, have equal access to bank loans, mortgages and other
forms of financial credit, and shall ensure that persons with
disabilities are not arbitrarily deprived of property.
Article XIII
Access to justice
First, States Parties shall ensure that persons with disabilities an
equal basis with others, effective access to judicial protection,
including through the provision of procedural and age-appropriate, in
order to facilitate them in all legal proceedings, including
investigative and other preliminary stages, and play as direct and
indirect participants, including their role as witnesses.
Second, in order to help ensure effective access to justice for
persons with disabilities, States Parties shall promote the work of
justice, including police and prison staff were properly trained.
Article XIV
Liberty and security
First, States Parties shall ensure that persons with disabilities an
equal basis with others on:
I have the right to liberty and security;
Ii is not illegal or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, any deprivation
of liberty must comply with the law, and in any case shall a
disability as a reason for deprivation of liberty.
Second, States Parties shall ensure that in any proceedings by
disabled persons deprived of their liberty, in an equal basis with
others, and entitled to the protection of international human rights
law, and shall be entitled to comply with the purposes and principles
of the Convention on the treatment, including reasonable
accommodation.
Article XV
Freedom from torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or
punishment
First, no one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or
degrading treatment or punishment. Especially not without my free
consent, of any person to medical or scientific experimentation.
Second, States Parties shall take all effective legislative,
administrative, judicial or other measures, in an equal basis with
others, and to prevent persons with disabilities being subjected to
torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
Article XVI
Freedom from exploitation, violence and abuse
First, States Parties shall take all appropriate legislative,
administrative, social, educational and other measures to protect
persons with disabilities outside the home from all forms of
exploitation, violence and abuse, including gender-based exploitation,
violence and abuse.
Second, States Parties shall also take all appropriate measures to
prevent all forms of exploitation, violence and abuse, among other
things, to ensure that persons with disabilities and their families
and caregivers to take account of gender and age appropriate
assistance and support, including provision of information and
education on how to avoid, recognize and report instances of
exploitation, violence and abuse. States Parties shall ensure the
protection services are age, gender and disability.
Third, in order to prevent any form of exploitation, violence and
abuse, States Parties shall ensure that all facilities for the
disabled services and programs are effectively monitored by
independent authorities.
Fourth, the disabled, subject to any form of exploitation, violence or
abuse, States Parties shall take all appropriate measures, including
the provision of protection services, and promote the victim's
physical, cognitive and psychological recovery, rehabilitation and
social reintegration. Such recovery and reintegration measures should
be conducive to the health, well-being, self-respect, dignity and
autonomy of the environments, and should take into account gender-and
age-specific needs.
Fifth, States Parties shall put in place effective legislation and
policies, including women-and child-focused legislation and policies
to ensure the identification, investigation and prosecution of persons
with disabilities where appropriate, exploitation, violence and abuse.
Article XVII
Protecting the integrity of
Every person with disabilities the right to physical and mental
integrity on an equal basis with others respected on.
Article XVIII
Freedom of movement and nationality
First, States Parties shall recognize that persons with disabilities
an equal basis with others on the right to freedom of movement,
freedom to choose their residence and to nationality, including by
ensuring that persons with disabilities:
I have the right to acquire and change a nationality and are not
arbitrarily deprived of nationality or disability, be denied;
Ii not be deprived of disability access, possession and use of
national identification documents or other capacity, or to utilize
relevant processes such as immigration proceedings, that may be needed
to facilitate the exercise of the right to freedom of movement
necessary;
Iii free to leave any country, including their own;
Iv not to be arbitrarily denied or deprived of their disability, the
right to enter their own country.
Second, children with disabilities shall be registered immediately
after birth, from birth to a name should have the right to enjoy the
right to acquire a nationality and as far as possible aware of their
parents and their parents have the right to care.
Article XIX
Independent living and integration into the community
Parties to this Convention confirmed that all persons with
disabilities to live in the community with equal rights and choices
equal to others, and shall take effective and appropriate measures to
facilitate persons with disabilities the full enjoyment of this right
and their full integration and participation of communities, including
ensure that:
Persons with disabilities have the opportunity with others to take up
residence on an equal basis, choose where and with whom they live, not
forced to live in a particular living arrangement;
Ii persons with disabilities to a variety of home, residential and
other community support services, including personal assistance
necessary to live in the community and integrate into the community,
and to prevent isolation or segregation from the community;
Iii on an equal basis to persons with disabilities access to public
provision of community services and facilities, and ensure that these
services and facilities to meet their needs.
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Personal mobility
States Parties shall take effective measures to ensure the greatest
possible independence for persons with disabilities to enjoy personal
mobility, including:
I convenient method of their choice by persons with disabilities and
the time to enjoy the low cost personal mobility;
Ii facilitate people with disabilities to quality mobility aids,
devices, assistive technologies and forms of live assistance and
intermediaries, including the provision of these services at
affordable cost;
Iii to persons with disabilities and to specialist staff working with
persons with disabilities in the skills training;
Iv encourage the production of mobility aids, devices and assistive
technology, physical capacity of the people with disabilities in all
aspects of operations.
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Freedom of expression and access to information
States Parties shall take all appropriate measures, including the
following measures to ensure that persons with disabilities can
exercise the right to freedom of expression, including an equal basis
with others, through their own choice as defined in article II of the
Convention in all forms of communication, to seek, receive, impart
information and ideas:
I in accessible formats and technologies appropriate to different
kinds of disabilities, to provide public information to persons with
disabilities in a timely manner, without additional cost;
Ii formal affairs, allow and facilitate the use of sign languages,
Braille, augmentative and alternative communication and all other
disabled use accessible means, methods and models;
Iii urged to provide services to the public, including through the
Internet to provide services to private entities, and persons with
disabilities in accessible mode can be used to provide information and
services;
Iv encouraged to include Internet information providers, including the
mass media services accessible to persons with disabilities;
V recognize and promote the use of sign language.
Twenty-two
Respect for privacy
First, persons with disabilities, regardless of their place of
residence or living arrangements, their privacy, family, home and
communications and other forms of communication, shall be subjected to
arbitrary or unlawful interference with their honor and reputation
shall be subjected to unlawful attacks. Persons with disabilities are
entitled to protection of the law against such interference or
attacks.
Second, States Parties shall equal basis with others to protect
individuals with disabilities, health and rehabilitation information
privacy.
Twenty-three
Respect for home and family
A State Party shall take effective and appropriate measures, in
relation to marriage, family, parenthood and all matters of personal
relations, in an equal basis with others, the elimination of
discrimination against persons with disabilities to ensure that:
I disabled all of marriageable age married spouses under the free and
full consent to marriage and a family is recognized;
Ii disabled freely and responsibly decide the number and spacing of
their children, access to age-appropriate information, reproductive
and family planning education are recognized, and provide the
necessary means to enable them to exercise these rights;
Iii disabled, including disabled children, in an equal basis with
others, and retain their fertility.
Second, if the domestic legislation to guardianship, wardship,
trusteeship and adoption of children or similar institutions, States
Parties shall ensure the rights of persons with disabilities in these
areas and responsibilities; in no case shall the child's best
interests. States Parties shall render appropriate assistance of
persons with disabilities to fulfill their child-rearing
responsibilities.
Third, States Parties shall ensure that children with disabilities
have equal rights to family life. To achieve these rights, and to
prevent concealment, abandonment, neglect and segregation of children
with disabilities, States Parties shall undertake as early as possible
for children with disabilities and their families to provide
comprehensive information, services and support.
Fourth, States Parties shall ensure that children do not go against
the wishes of their parents so that children separated from their
parents, unless the competent authorities in accordance with
applicable law and procedures, subject to judicial review determine
that such separation is necessary, the child's own best interests.
Under no circumstances shall a child with disabilities or parents of
one or both of the grounds of disability, so that children separated
from their parents.
Fifth, States Parties shall take care of close relatives of children
with disabilities can not be the case, make every effort to provide
alternative family care context, and can not provide such care, in the
community to provide family care.
Twenty-four
Education
States Parties recognize the right of persons with disabilities access
to education. In order to non-discrimination and equal opportunity in
the case of realization of this right, States Parties shall ensure an
inclusive education system at all levels and lifelong learning in
order to:
Full development of human potential and sense of self-respect, and the
strengthening of human rights, fundamental freedoms and human
diversity;
Ii fullest development of persons with disabilities personality,
talents and creativity, and mental and physical abilities;
Iii all persons with disabilities to participate effectively in a free
society.
Second, in order to achieve this right, States Parties shall ensure
that:
Persons with disabilities are not excluded because of disability in
the general education system, children with disabilities, disability
is not excluded from free and compulsory primary education or
secondary education;
Ii disabilities live in their own communities, with others on the
basis of equality, access to inclusive, quality and free primary
education and secondary education;
Iii to provide reasonable accommodation to meet individual needs;
Iv persons with disabilities in the general education system to obtain
the necessary support to facilitate their effective education;
V according to the inclusive education for all without objective, in
the most conducive to the development of academic and social
environment, to provide effective individualized support measures.
Third, States Parties shall enable persons with disabilities to learn
life and social skills to facilitate their full and equal
participation in education and the community. To this end, States
Parties shall take appropriate measures, including:
I the learning of Braille, alternative script, augmentative and
alternative communication methods, means and modes to facilitate
orientation and mobility skills, and among people with disabilities to
facilitate mutual support and guidance;
Ii promote the learning of sign language and deaf linguistic identity;
Iii to ensure that the most appropriate language and personal
circumstances and means of communication, in the most conducive to the
development of academic and social environment, to the blind, deaf or
deaf and blind, especially blind, deaf or deaf and blind children
education.
Fourth, in order to help ensure the realization of this right, States
Parties shall take appropriate measures to employ are qualified in
sign language, and (or) Braille instruction for teachers, including
teachers with disabilities, and professionals at all levels of
education and staff training. Such training shall incorporate
disability awareness and the use of appropriate augmentative and
alternative communication methods, means and mode of communication,
educational techniques and materials to assist persons with
disabilities.
Fifth, States Parties shall ensure that persons with disabilities
without discrimination and equal basis with others to access general
tertiary education, vocational training, adult education and lifelong
learning. To this end, States Parties shall ensure to provide
reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities.
Twenty-five
Health
States Parties recognize the right of persons with disabilities to
enjoy the highest attainable standard of health without discrimination
based on disability. States Parties shall take all appropriate
measures to ensure that persons with disabilities to take into account
gender factors in medical and health services, including
health-related rehabilitation services. Particular, States Parties
shall:
I have other people to persons with disabilities, in the range,
quality and standard of the same free or low-cost health care services
and programs, including sexual and reproductive health and
population-based public health programs;
Ii Canji to persons with disabilities need special medical and health
services, including early diagnosis and intervention as appropriate,
and services designed to minimize deterioration of disability and
disability prevention services, including children and the elderly to
provide these services;
Iii as close as possible to people's own communities, including in
rural areas, to provide these health services;
Iv requirements of health care workers, including people with
disabilities in obtaining free and informed consent, based on the
quality to persons with disabilities and others in the care of the
same, especially through training and the promulgation of public and
private health care professional ethical standards to improve the
human rights of persons with disabilities, dignity, autonomy and
awareness of the need;
V in the provision of health insurance and life insurance where
permitted by national law prohibiting discrimination against persons
with disabilities, such insurance should be fair and reasonable
manner;
Vi to prevent discrimination based on disability to refuse to provide
health care or health services, or to refuse food and fluids.
Twenty-six
Habilitation and rehabilitation
A State Party shall take effective and appropriate measures, including
through mutual support of persons with disabilities, persons with
disabilities to attain and maintain maximum independence, full and
maintain the physical, mental, social and vocational ability, and full
inclusion and participation in life aspects. To this end, States
Parties shall organize, strengthen and extend comprehensive
habilitation and rehabilitation services and programs, especially in
health care, employment, education and social services, these services
and programs should:
I based on individual needs and strengths of the comprehensive
assessment of an early start;
Ii help participation and inclusion in all aspects of community and
society, are voluntary, and as far as possible to people's own
communities, including in rural areas arrangements.
Second, States Parties shall promote habilitation and rehabilitation
services for professionals and staff working basic training and
refresher training programs.
Third, adaptation training and rehabilitation, States Parties shall
promote the availability of assistive devices for persons with
disabilities and the design of these tools and technologies, and
knowledge and use of technology.
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Work and employment
First, the States Parties recognize that persons with disabilities an
equal basis with others, the right to work on, including the
opportunity to open, inclusive and persons with disabilities labor
market and work environment for living freely chosen or accepted work
rights. To protect and promote the realization of the right to work,
including disabled persons in employment during the realization of the
right to work, States Parties shall take appropriate steps, including
through legislation, inter alia:
I in all forms of employment in all matters, including recruitment,
hiring and employment conditions, continued employment, career
advancement and safe and healthy working conditions, prohibition of
discrimination based on disability;
Ii protect persons with disabilities an equal basis with others on the
enjoyment of just and favorable conditions of work, including equal
opportunities and equal remuneration for work of equal value, the
right to safe and healthy work environment, including the right to
protection from harassment and enjoy the right to appeal;
Iii to ensure that persons with disabilities to an equal basis with
others to exercise trade union rights;
Iv enable persons with disabilities to participate effectively in the
general technical and vocational guidance programs, employment
services, vocational training and continuing training;
V in the labor market, employment opportunities for persons with
disabilities and career advancement opportunities to help people with
disabilities in finding, obtaining, maintaining and returning to work;
Vi to promote self-employment, entrepreneurship, cooperatives and
individual business opportunities;
Vii employment of persons with disabilities in the public sector;
Viii appropriate policies and measures, which may include affirmative
action programs, incentives and other measures to promote private
sector employment of people with disabilities;
Ix in the workplace to ensure that reasonable accommodation for
persons with disabilities;
X in the open labor market, persons with disabilities of work
experience;
(K) Promote vocational and professional rehabilitation of persons with
disabilities, job retention and return to work programs.
Second, States Parties shall ensure that persons with disabilities are
not held in slavery or servitude, and with others to be protected on
an equal basis, not forced or compulsory labor.
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Adequate standard of living and social protection
States Parties recognize the right of persons with disabilities and
their families for their access to adequate standard of living,
including adequate food, clothing, housing, and the continuous
improvement of living conditions; States Parties shall take
appropriate steps to safeguard and promote without discrimination
based on disability case of discrimination in the realization of this
right.
Second, the States Parties recognize the right of persons with
disabilities to social protection and the right, without
discrimination based on disability in the enjoyment of that right;
States Parties shall take appropriate steps to safeguard and promote
the realization of this right, including measures:
Ensuring that persons with disabilities equal access to clean water,
and to ensure access to appropriate and affordable services, devices
and other assistance to meet the disability-related needs;
Ii ensure that persons with disabilities, especially disabled women
and girls and the elderly, to social protection programs and poverty
reduction programs;
International cooperation
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