The PERSON project (Partnership to Ensure Reforms of Supports in other Nations), coordinated by the Centre for Disability Law and Policy at NUI Galway, launched its final report, which provides an update of the important achievements and ongoing challenges in the field of legal capacity reform in their partner countries: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Serbia and Turkey.

The report covers the period 2012-2016 and provides an overview of the main activities of the project in the areas of legislative reform, strategic litigation, and capacity building. It also reports on the use of the PERSON Guiding Principles, the ‘Right to Act’ campaign and the international and local impact the project has had over the last 4 years.

This report will be of interest to anyone working in the area of legal capacity reform and to those pursuing various reform strategies around the world in this field.

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