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CRPD - Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

23 (virtual session) Session (17 Aug 2020 - 04 Sep 2020)

General Documentation


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Provisional AgendaCRPD/C/23/1/Rev.1 Annotated provisional agenda View document  CRPD/C/23/1/Rev.1  True21
Information from secretariat USEFUL INFORMATION ON COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS). Please click on the link "View document" View document  INT/CRPD/INF/23/31363https://www.unog.ch/unog/website/broker.nsf/(httpPages)/7BB99009B57FB427C12585120054C4AD?OpenDocumentTrue93
Information from secretariat Online CRPD 23rd session (17 August to 4 September 2020). (informative note) Due to COVID-19, all constructive dialogues with the States parties scheduled for this session have been postponed to future sessions. The deadline for submissions of alternative reports from civil society stakeholders for countries of the 23rd session is also postponed until further notice. View document  INT/CRPD/INF/23/31712 True93
Information from secretariat  Please note that the meetings of the 23rd session of the Committee will be held virtually through the Interprefy online platform. The session will consist of public opening and closing meetings as well as private meetings for Committee members. You can observe these public meetings on UNWebtv. If you have registered in advance as a speaker during the public meetings, you will receive a link to Interprefy. The current version of Interprefy is regrettably incompatible with JAWS screen reader software and you may have to request the assistance of a person of your choice to participate in the meeting. We have been told that Chrome Vox is compatible with Interprefy, but also note it may destabilize your computer. We sincerely thank you for your understanding and hope that you will be able to participate in the meeting with the support required to facilitate the navigation of the platform.   INT/CRPD/INF/23/31802 False93
Information from secretariat Opening of the session, Monday 17 August, at 2 p.m. (Geneva time) Audience: https://interpret.world/loginlink?token=2lv84677 / UNWebTV : http://webtv.un.org / Captioning link: https://www.streamtext.net/text.aspx?event=CFI-UNOG / Audio link: https://listen-live.unog.ch/index.php?r=ASSEMBLY_HALL-Canal_1&e=Floor   INT/CRPD/INF/23/31808 False93
Open/Closing Remarks Statement of the UNICEF View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23 (virtual session)/31906 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Closing by the Chair of the International Disability Alliance View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23 (virtual session)/31907 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by Mr. Ibrahim Salama, Chief, Human Rights Treaties Branch, Human Rights Council and Treaty Mechanisms Division View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31809 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement of the Chair of the Human Rights Council Task Force on Accessibility: H. E. Ms. Socorro Flores, Permanent Representative of Mexico View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31810 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by the Chair of the Committee on Victim Assistance of the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention: Permanent Representative of Italy View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31811 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction: Mr. Ricardo Mena, Director View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31812 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by the Chair of the International Disability Alliance: Ana Lucia Arellano View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31814 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees: Mr. Ricardo Pla Cordero, Protection Officer - Disability Inclusion View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31815 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by the World Intellectual Property Organization: Ms. Monica Halil, Head, Accessible Books Consortium View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31816 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by the Centre for the Human Rights of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry: Ms. Tina Minkowitz View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31818 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by the Coordinating Committee COVID-19 Disability Rights Monitor, Steven Allen View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31819 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Statement by the Chief, United Nations Mine Action Service Geneva office , Mr. Bruno Donat View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31820 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Short Statement by the Centre for the Human Rights of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry: Ms. Tina Minkowitz View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31821 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Opening remarks of the Chair, by Danlami Basharu Chair of the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31823 True90
Open/Closing Remarks Video by the Chair of Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions Working Group on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Paula Tesoriero MNZM, Disability Rights Commissioner, New Zealand Human Rights Commission View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31824https://wetransfer.com/downloads/0864984e7401903c25a77f08969d644620200813035814/192159bbf2cf943f82d4ef7dbca8736420200813035843/294c9d True90
Open/Closing Remarks statement of the European Network of Equality Bodies (Equinet) View document  INT/CRPD/OCR/23/31832 True90

Consideration of individual complaints


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JurisprudenceCRPD/C/23/D/29/2015 Germany View document  CRPD/C/23/D/29/2015 True
JurisprudenceCRPD/C/23/D/37/2016 Spain View document  CRPD/C/23/D/37/2016 True
JurisprudenceCRPD/C/23/D/40/2017 Brazil View document  CRPD/C/23/D/40/2017 True
JurisprudenceCRPD/C/23/D/41/2017 Spain View document  CRPD/C/23/D/41/2017 True
JurisprudenceCRPD/C/23/D/45/2018 Sweden View document  CRPD/C/23/D/45/2018 True
JurisprudenceCRPD/C/23/D/60/2019 Sweden View document  CRPD/C/23/D/60/2019 True
JurisprudenceCRPD/C/23/D/73/2019 South Africa View document  CRPD/C/23/D/73/2019 True
Follow-up to ViewsCRPD/C/23/3   View document  CRPD/C/23/3 True




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