Tag: CRPD

seated woman speaking at UN

QAI speaks at the 12th Session of the Conference of State Parties to the UN CRPD (updated)

See Emma Phillips, QAI senior lawyer and systems advocate, speak at the 12th Session of the Conference of State Parties to the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disability. First presentation  – at the Civil Society Forum about the rights of children with disability UN Web TV @26.00min (3 min) Second presentation – […]

UN assembly hall

Easy English guide to the Conference of State Parties to the Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities (CRPD)

This is a wonderful resource produced by the NSW Council for Intellectual Disability. It is an Easy English guide to the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of People with Disability. We thank CID for developing this invaluable resource on the eve of the 12th UN CoSP, which will be held […]

security blue text

Review of Queensland’s laws relating to Civil Surveillance and the Protection of Privacy in the context of Current and Emerging Technologies Submission by QAI

Foreword As signatories to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), Queensland must align all laws, policies and practices to accord with the Convention.  In relation to this inquiry, Article 22 is the indicator which must be upheld in the reforms to such law reform, which provides as follows: Article […]

Trains Exemption

QAI submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission opposing the Queensland Government’s application for temporary exemptions from the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport.

QAI Commends NDS’ Zero Tolerance – But services can do more

QAI media release commending the National Disability Service on the announcement of its Zero Tolerance Initiative, as a first step approach to a national approach to promoting human rights and preventing and responding to abuse, neglect and violence experienced by people with disability NDS zero tolerance to abuse