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Give attention to the roles that persons with disabilities play in society. Like everyone else, they have different personalities and social skills. (...) Use person-first language, put ‘person’ before ‘disability’. (...) Avoid euphemisms such as ‘special needs’ or ‘differently abled’ which attempt to hide or gloss over a person’s identity. ‘Child who is blind’ rather than ‘blind child’, ‘Person who uses a wheelchair’, rather than ‘restricted to the wheelchair’ ‘Person with an intellectual disability’ rather than mentally retarded ‘Person with down’ rather than Down, special personPerson who uses assistive technology’ Consult persons with disabilities and their representative organizations.
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Score: 358647.24 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...featuring-persons-disabilities
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H.849 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth Low Energy: Personal Health Devices   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : H Series : H.849 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     H.849 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth Low Energy: Personal Health Devices Recommendation H.849 In force components Number Title Status H.849 (10/19)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth Low Energy: Personal Health Devices   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status H.849 (01/15)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth low energy (BLE): Agent   Superseded H.849 (07/16)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth low energy (BLE): Agent   Superseded H.849 (04/17)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth Low Energy: Personal Health Devices   Superseded H.849 (08/18)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth Low Energy: Personal Health Devices   Superseded H.849 (05/19)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 9: Transcoding for Bluetooth Low Energy: Personal Health Devices   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2020-02-10  
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Score: 358645.9 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-H.849
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Sicherheit des humanitären Personals und Schutz des Personals der Vereinten Nationen Die Generalversammlung, in Bekräftigung ihrer Resolution 46/182 vom 19. (...) Dezember 1994 über die Sicherheit von Personal der Vereinten Nationen und beigeordnetem Personal, das Fakultativprotokoll vom 8. (...) Sicherheit des humanitären Personals und Schutz des Personals der Vereinten Nationen
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Score: 358587.16 - https://www.un.org/depts/german/gv-69/band1/ar69133.pdf
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Take legislative and practical steps to guarantee that LGBTI persons can enjoy all human rights without discrimination (Germany); Source of position: A/HRC/25/10/Add.1 - Para. 9 Noted B31 Equality & non-discrimination A41 Constitutional and legislative framework G2 Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI) Affected persons: - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI) 146.100. Decriminalize homosexuality and respect the fundamental rights of LGBT persons (France); Source of position: A/HRC/25/10/Add.1 - Para. 9 Noted B31 Equality & non-discrimination A41 Constitutional and legislative framework G2 Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI) Affected persons: - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI) 146.101. (...) Delete those provisions that could favour discriminatory practices against persons based on their sexual orientation and gender identity (Chile); Source of position: A/HRC/25/10/Add.1 - Para. 9 Noted B31 Equality & non-discrimination A41 Constitutional and legislative framework G2 Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI) Affected persons: - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI) 146.103.
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Score: 358543.16 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...icListOfRecommendations_E.docx
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Promote and create the conditions for the lives of older persons in their natural social environment, support care for older persons in the family. 4. (...) Promote help for older persons in their natural social environment, run pilot projects for non-institutional social services for older persons. (...) Use programmes to support the construction of polyfunctional buildings for older persons, persons requiring integrated care, and persons with disabilities. 3.
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Score: 358532.32 - https://unece.org/DAM/pau/_doc...7_MiCA07_CntrRprtCZEAdd4_e.pdf
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Dubai, 2014) Telecommunication/information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities The World Telecommunication Development Conference (Dubai, 2014), recognizing a) Resolution 175 (Guadalajara, 2010) of the Plenipotentiary Conference, on telecommunication/information and communication technology (ICT) accessibility for persons with disabilities, including age-related disabilities; b) Resolution 70 (Rev. (...) ISO 9241-171); o) the formation of G3ict, an ITU-D Sector Member and flagship partnership initiative of the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development (UN-GAID); p) the joint ITU and G3ict release of the Report "Making TV accessible", on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December 2011), and the report on "Making mobile phones and services accessible to persons with disabilities"; q) various regional and national efforts to develop or revise guidelines and standards for telecommunication/ICT accessibility, compatibility and usability by persons with disabilities, considering a) that the World Health Organization estimates that over one billion of the world's inhabitants live with some form of disability, and that there are different types of disabilities (e.g. physical, motor, cognitive, neurological and sensorial disabilities), each requiring special considerations when designing ICT public policy; b) that a role of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is to provide an opportunity to strengthen the policies related to the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals, thereby contributing to the realization of a "society for all" in the twenty-first century, also affirming that the World Programme of Action Concerning Disabled Persons2 and the Standard Rules on the Equalization of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities3 improve policies related to the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals; c) that the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which came into force on 3 May 2008, requires States Parties to take appropriate measures: 1) ensure ICT and emergency service access to persons with disabilities on an equal basis (Article 9, § 1(b)); 2) promote ICT access for persons with disabilities to new ICT services, including Internet (Article 9, § 2); 3) promote the design, production and distribution of accessible ICT at an early stage (Article 9, § 2(h)); 4) ensure that persons with disabilities can exercise the right to freedom of expression and opinion (Article 21); 2 Resolution 37/351/Add.1 and Corr.1, Annex, Sect. 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We emphasize the responsibilities of all States, in conformity with the Charter, to respect, protect and promote human rights and fundamental freedoms for all, without distinction of any kind as to race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, disability age or other status", recalling a) that the World Summit on the Information Society acknowledged that special attention should be given to the needs of older persons and persons with disabilities: (i) when elaborating national cyberstrategies, including educational, administrative and legislative measures; (ii) for using ICT in education and human resources development; (iii) in order that equipment and services offer easy and affordable access, under the principles of universal design and assistive technology; (iv) to promote telework and to increase employment opportunities for persons with disabilities; (v) for creation of content that is pertinent to persons with disabilities; and (vii) to create the required abilities for the use of ICT by persons with disabilities4; b) the Cairo Declaration (November, 2007) and the Lusaka Declaration (July, 2008) on supporting access to ICT services for persons with disabilities, as well as the Phuket Declaration on tsunami preparedness for persons with disabilities (March, 2007) and the Hyderabad Declaration of the Internet Governance Forum on accessibility for persons with disabilities (December 2008), taking into account a) the principles that should govern ICT services, equipment and software in order to be accessible, namely: universal design, equal access, functional equivalence, affordability and accessibility, which means designing ICTs with parameters and capabilities adapted to the needs, preferences and special abilities of each user; b) that telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities should be achieved through the formulation of policy options and cooperation between governments, specialized bodies, the private sector, non-governmental organizations and civil society; c) that mainstreaming disability, accessibility and inclusive planning in the strategic framework for reinforcing the disability perspective in the global development agenda5 highlights the importance of coordination and exchange of information by and between United Nations bodies concerned; d) the prevailing difference in ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities in the regions, in countries, and within each country, emphasizing that 80 per cent of persons with disabilities live in developing countries, according to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); e) that women and girls with disabilities suffer multiple disadvantages, being excluded on account of their gender and their disability, 4 Geneva Declaration of Principles, §§ 13 and 30; Geneva Plan of Action, §§ 9 e) and f), 19 and 23; Tunis Commitment, §§ 18 and 20; Tunis Agenda for the Information Society, § 90 c) and e). 5 Report 66/128, on strengthening efforts to ensure that persons with disabilities are included in and have access to all aspects of development, in accordance with UNGA Resolution 65/186. resolves to invite Member States 1 to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and to take the relevant measures to ensure that ICT services, equipment and software contribute to the development of telecommunication/ICT accessibility and are effectively accessible to persons with disabilities, with the aim of promoting the inclusion of all members of society, in favour of those who are at risk of marginalization and socially vulnerable; 2 to develop national legal frameworks, including laws, regulations, policies, guidelines or other national and local mechanisms for telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities in accordance with the principles of equal access, functional equivalence, affordability and universal design, taking full advantage of available tools, guidelines and standards; 3 to continue strengthening the collection and analysis of disaggregated data and statistics on disability related to telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities, with the aim of creating e-accessibility statistics and similarly relevant indicators that will contribute to the public policy design, planning and implementation process; 4 to consider introducing telecommunication/ICT relay services6 for persons with disabilities, to encourage the development of applications for telecommunication terminals and products to increase the accessibility and usability of telecommunications/ICTs for persons with visual, auditory, verbal and other physical and cognitive disabilities, such as telecommunication/relay services for any combinations of hearing, visual, verbal and motor disabilities, accessible websites, public phones with accessibility features (e.g. volume control, information in Braille), public schools, institutions and community centres with a range of accessible equipment including screen readers, Braille printers, hearing aids, among others, and to facilitate access to digital TV content, etc., in order to guarantee the rights of persons with disabilities to information and knowledge; 5 to encourage and enable active participation by persons with disabilities, both as individuals and as organizations, in the policy-making process for ICTs and related areas where ICTs have an impact, by ensuring that the consultation process, meetings and/or surveys are accessible to participation by persons with disabilities; 6 to promote and undertake research and development of ICT-accessible equipment, services and software, with emphasis on free and open-source software and affordable equipment and services; 7 to envisage establishing a programme that considers ICT-accessibility priorities, to be periodically reviewed in order to ensure its relevance to the specific local conditions of a country/region, with a view to progressive implementation; 8 to mainstream telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities, which involves taking into consideration accessibility principles in a cross-cutting manner; 9 to consider exemption from taxes and customs duties on ICT devices and assistive equipment for persons with disabilities, in accordance with the national regulations on this matter; 6 Telecommunication relay services enable users of different modes of communication (e.g. text, sign, speech) to interact by providing convergence between the modes of communication, usually through human operators. 10 to establish ongoing and permanent collaboration between developed and developing countries in order to exchange information, technology and best practices related to telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities; 11 to participate actively in accessibility-related studies in ITU-D, ITU-T and ITU-R, and to encourage and promote self-representation by persons with disabilities in the development and standardization process, so as to ensure that their experiences, views and opinions are taken into account in all the work of the study groups; 12 to promote the development of learning opportunities in order to train persons with disabilities to use ICTs for their social and economic development, including through train-the-trainer courses and distance learning, invites Sector Members 1 to adopt a self-regulation approach for rendering accessibility-related ICT equipment, software and services accessible for persons with disabilities, it being expressly understood that self-regulation does not override legal and regulatory provisions; 2 to adopt a universal design principle from an early stage when designing, producing and creating ICT equipment, services and software, so as to avoid costly retrofitting measures; 3 to promote, if applicable, research and development on ICT-accessible equipment, services and software, having due regard to affordability for persons with disabilities, including persons with age- related disabilities; 4 to take due account of the situations and needs of persons with disabilities, encouraging their active participation so as to receive first-hand information on their requirements for telecommunication/ICT accessibility; 5 to collaborate with Member States in order to make telecommunication/ICT accessibility a reality for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau 1 to ensure that each ITU-D programme, project or activity takes into account telecommunication/ICT accessibility issues and is adapted to the situations and/or needs of all persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities; 2 to develop and/or update tools and guidelines for use/reference by Member States in mainstreaming telecommunication/ICT accessibility issues in their national/regional policies and regulations, and provide the necessary capacity building; 3 to identify and document examples of best practice for accessibility in the field of telecommunications/ICT for dissemination, publication and sharing of experiences and information among ITU Member States and Sector Members; 4 to consider holding seminars, symposia or forums for policy-makers, telecommunication regulators and Sector Members at which telecommunication/ICT accessibility policies are presented and discussed, and also to promote the elaboration of books, reports or literature that address telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities; 5 to collaborate with the Radiocommunication Bureau and the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau on accessibility-related activities, particularly in creating awareness and mainstreaming telecommunication/ICT accessibility policies, as well as creating programmes that enable countries to introduce services which allow persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities; to utilize ICT services effectively, reporting the findings to the Council, as appropriate, in both cases; 6 to collaborate and cooperate with relevant United Nations entities and disability organizations in all regions in order to generate awareness of the need for the design and implementation of policies or self-regulatory approaches that will make ICTs accessible for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities; 7 to ensure that the needs of the communities of persons with disabilities are taken into account in the provision of telecommunication/ICT accessibility equipment, services and software; 8 to consider the development of an internship programme for persons with disabilities who have expertise in the field of telecommunication/ICTs, so as to build capacity among persons with disabilities in the public policy-making process; 9 to designate a focal point for telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, and to strengthen the Digital Inclusion programme, further instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau 1 to review, in consultation with the Secretary-General, the accessibility of ITU services and facilities, including meetings and events, to consider taking actions, where appropriate, pursuant to United Nations General Assembly Resolution 61/106, and to inform Member States and Sector Members about the implementation of such actions, as appropriate; 2 to contribute, within the scope of BDT, to uniting efforts for the implementation of the provisions of Resolution 70 (Rev.
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Score: 358512.87 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...Resolution58_WTDC_DUBAI_14.pdf
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Toward the full realization of an inclusive and accessible United Nations for persons with disabilities (A/71/344, other languages ). (...) Reports: Status of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Optional Protocol thereto (A/67/281) Report of the Secretary-General: Realization of the Millennium Development Goals and internationally agreed development goals for persons with disabilities: a disability-inclusive development agenda towards 2015 and beyond (A/67/211) 66th session, 2011 – 2012 Resolutions Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Optional Protocol thereto ( A/RES/66/229 ) High-level Meeting on Realization of the Millennium Development Goals and Other Internationally Agreed Development Goals for Persons with Disabilities  (A/RES/66/124) World Down Syndrome Day ( A/RES/66/149 ) Reports Status of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Optional Protocol thereto (A/66/121) Report of the Secretary-General: Realization of the Millennium Development Goals and other internationally agreed development goals for persons with disabilities (A/66/128) 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through the implementation of the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities [A/RES/63/150] Reports: Report of the Special Rapporteur of the Human Rights Council on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment Fifth quinquennial Review and appraisal of the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons [A/63/183]-[MS Word] Status of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Optional Protocol thereto [A/63/264]-[MS Word] Corrigendum: Status of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Optional Protocol thereto [A/63/264/corr.1]-[MS Word] 62nd session 2007-2008 Resolution: Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Optional Protocol thereto [A/RES/62/170] Implementation of the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons: realizing the Millennium Development Goals for persons with disabilities [A/RES/62/127] – 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The Council offers a platform for advocacy, lobbying and monitoring the implementation of the legal and policy frameworks concerning older persons.  The National Policy for Older Persons (2009) provides for the establishment of a National Council for Older Persons to coordinate various stakeholders involved in the implementation of programmes for older persons. (...) National Council for Older Persons  In 2013, the President assented to the bill that ushered in the establishment of the National Council for Older Persons. (...) Data on older persons.  Uganda still faces challenges on data collection for older persons.
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Score: 248950.12 - https://www.un.org/development...anda_presentation_eajiambo.pdf
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Several articles in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities expound on this right to security, including article 10 on right to life and article 14 on liberty and security of person.  (...) This continued marginalization against persons with disabilities highlights the need for all States to sign, ratify and implement the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocol. (...) The official title of the Day was changed from International Day of Disabled Persons to International Day of Persons with Disabilities by General Assembly resolution 62/127 on 18 December 2007.
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Score: 248681.47 - https://www.un.org/development...abilities-3-december-2008.html
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World Health Organization. https://www.who.int/publications-detail/covid-19-strategy-update---14-april-2020 3 There is no internationally agreed definition of older persons. A number of UN entities define older persons as persons aged 60 years and older. (...) Prolonged periods of isolation could have a serious effect on the mental health of older persons, with older persons less likely to be digitally included. (...) Refrain from using words to refer to older persons that carry negative connotations or bias. 12 POLICY BRIEF: THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON OLDER PERSONS COVID-19 exacerbates global economic ine- qualities and exposes existing inequalities that affect older persons, especially older women and older persons with disabilities.
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Score: 248554.42 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...d_older_persons_1_may_2020.pdf
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