International human rights work

Towards a disability inclusive education

20 Jan 2016
Background paper for the Oslo Summit on Education for Development July 7th, 2015

WHO: World report on disability 2011

13 Feb 2015
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Mark Mapemba fra PODCAM, Malawi, på talerstolen under Statspartsmøtet i FN

Mark Mapemba, self advocate, speeks in UN state party meeting

05 Jul 2016
Mark Mapemba is a self advocate from Malawi. On June 15 he held a speech on the UN State party meeting about the rights of persons with cognitive disabilities.
Forsiden til rapporten ”Exploring key issues in human rights based victim assistance” av Marianne Schultze

Exploring key issues in human rights based victim assistance

17 Mar 2015
Based on the in-depth study by the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention Implementation Support Unit, authored by Sheree Bailey – Assisting Landmine and other ERW Survivors in the Context of Disarmament, Disability and Development – this paper connects the evolving concept of victim assistance with the guidance set out in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities with its emphasis on inclusion and accessibility, which make services, policies and programmes available to all.

Economic Empowerment of Youth With Disabilities – How to include?

04 May 2017
Welcome to workshop on May 11 at Hurdal Konferansesenter. Free buss fare from Oslo S to the Hurdal venue.

New Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the UN. Now the real work begins

30 Sep 2015
On Friday September 24 2015, on the 70th Assembly of the UN, the 193 member countries of the UN adopted the the 17 SDGs. The disabilitiy movement has reason to be satisfied by the frequent mention of Persons with disabilities througout the goals. We have asked Ambrose Murangira, the Executive Director of the Uganda National Association of the Deaf to give us some of his thoughts about the new SDGs from an Ugandan perspective.