The new Global Disability Rights Now! website can be used by disabled people’s organizations (DPOs), government personnel, legislators, and civil society organizations around the world. A few examples of what one can find at the website:
“Principles” of disability rights that illustrate common elements of effective laws around the world.
Tools and resources to put your plans “in practice”. For example, how to make trainings accessible, or how to implement disability inclusive education.
“Impact” stories reveal strategies used by people around the world to advancedisability rights. For example, how a national cross-disability council was established in Myanmar and how indigenous peoples with disabilities in Mexico gained a voice in the United Nations.
The “law” section shares information on disability laws in Armenia, Kenya, Mexico, the United States, and Vietnam, as well as the CRPD.