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Submission – Canadian Civil Society Parallel Report Group Submission to UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2017)

The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) is an international human rights law which protects and promotes the rights of persons with disabilities. Canada ratified the CRPD in 2010.

The UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is a group of independent experts who monitor the implementation of the CRPD. The Committee reviewed Canada’s implementation of the CRPD in early April 2017.

To read the reports that were submitted to the Committee, including Canada’s report and the reports of disability organizations, go to:

The report posted here was written by the Canadian Civil Society Parallel Report Group, an ad hoc group of 16 disabled peoples organizations and supporters, including ARCH, representing a cross-section of Canadians with disabilities, including persons with mobility disabilities, persons who are culturally Deaf, deaf and hard of hearing, persons with vision disabilities, persons labelled with psycho-social and/or developmental disabilities, persons with dementia, women with disabilities, children with disabilities and Indigenous persons with disabilities.

Available in PDF and RTF formats.

Disponible en français sous le format PDF.

Group Parallel Report for Canada / Rapport parallele pour le Canada (20-03-17)

Tags: CRPD

Last Modified: August 20, 2019

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