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CRPD/C/ISR/Q/1 GE.20-13718(E)  Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities List of issues in relation to the initial report of Israel* A. (...) Please indicate the percentage of persons with disabilities hiring personal assistants; (c) Measures to ensure that persons with disabilities have access to rent subsidies and assistance for housing adaptations, and the proportion of persons with disabilities accessing these subsidies vis-à-vis the number of applicants. (...) Please provide information on the measures taken to promote comprehensive and community-based rehabilitation programmes for persons with disabilities, in particular children and older persons with disabilities, and indicate how organizations of persons with disabilities take part in these programmes.
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Score: 357695.78 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...ds/2020/10/CRPD.C.ISR_.Q.1.pdf
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Ageing Policy Brief - An inclusive response to older persons in humanitarian emergencies The occurrence and duration of emergencies, whether human- made or natural disasters, have increased in the past years. (...) Further, where relief systems fail to consider and account for older persons, aid workers may lack the necessary skills to understand, identify and address their specific needs . (...) An inclusive response should : Population ageing, coupled with a predicted increase in the number of humanitarian emergencies, will result in large numbers of older persons impacted by emergencies in the future Older persons are often overlooked in emergency relief systems, which worsens their capacity to respond and adapt in crises Promoting the rights of older persons in emergencies, supporting their effective engagement in the design and implementation of humanitarian actions and confronting ageism are essential for an inclusive humanitarian response An age-inclusive emergency response requires adequate financing and a solid knowledge base Marginalization, exclusion and poverty experienced by many older persons is exacerbated during emergencies The needs, challenges and contributions of older persons are often overlooked in emergencies due to physical, attitudinal, environmental and institutional barriers Establishing human rights and confronting ageism in humanitarian action is a pre-condition for an age- inclusive humanitarian response Humanitarian assistance should be impartial and accountable and respond to the specific vulnerabilities of older persons Leadership and coordination among Governments, United Nations and other relevant entities is crucial to move the agenda of older persons in emergencies forward Older Persons should be incorporated in institutional mandates of humanitarian entities An inclusive response to older persons in humanitarian emergencies KEY MESSAGES 1 Promote the rights of older persons in emergencies and ensure that humanitarian action is inclusive of their needs, challenges and contributions N o v e m b e r 2 0 1 9s o c i a l . u n . o r g / a g e i n g i ii iii iv Older persons and their associations should be involved in the design and implementation of policies, plans, standards and programmes in emergency settings Include age-related considerations in needs assessment, planning, monitoring and reporting of humanitarian action Where appropriate, review targeting criteria to ensure older persons are included Acknowledge and address the needs, challenges and contributions of older women in emergencies Build a culture of preparedness among all stakeholders Address gender-based violence experienced by older women in emergencies Ensure that older persons in displacement have access to adequate social protection is host countries Health services should take into consideration the differential health needs of older persons, providing treatment for NCD, mental health and isolation Likewise, nutrition assessments should be mindful of the nutritional needs of older persons Support older persons to access registration services and obtain identity documents Remove age caps, and other discriminatory criteria, in the access to livelihood programs Accessibility and universal design should be applied in all aspects and phases of humanitarian action, including in shelter and transitional housing Promote access of older persons to justice, remedy and legal support in emergencies Older person’s access to water, sanitation and hygiene in emergencies needs to be ensured Older persons in displacement face specific situations that should be examined in the context of durable solutions Ensure that new technologies in humanitarian contexts include, rather than further exclude, older persons Older persons, in particular older women, play a key role as caregivers in emergencies.
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Score: 357564.04 - https://www.un.org/development...n-humanitarian-emergencies.pdf
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That is, the amount the applicant is expected to contribute to his defence; Dependent: a person who derives his or her main financial support from the applicant, his spouse or persons with whom he habitually resides but who does not habitually reside in the principal family home; Disposable means: income and assets of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides that in the opinion of the Registry exceed the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse, his dependents and the persons with whom he habitually resides. (...) The Registry determines the extent to which the principal family home exceeds the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides in accordance with the formula in Section 9; (b) the equity in furnishings contained in the principal family home and owned by the applicant, his spouse or the persons with whom he habitually resides that exceed the reasonable needs of the applicant, his spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides. (...) The following formula is used to calculate LSE: LS – (ALS x M) = LSE Where- ALS represents the average number of square meters of living space per person in the state in which the principal family home is located, obtained from official documentation of the governments of the republics of the former Yugoslavia; M represents the number of persons who habitually reside in the principal family home, including the applicant, the applicant’s spouse and the persons with whom he habitually resides. 10 Formula for calculating the estimated living expenses   The following formula is used to calculate the estimated living expenses of the applicant, his spouse, his dependents and the persons with whom he habitually resides: [ AE x (M + D) + EE] x T = ELE 4 Where- AE represents the average monthly expenditure for a four-person household, obtained from official documentation of the governments of the republics of the former Yugoslavia.
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Score: 357560.72 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/oric/tdec/en/040618app.htm
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Pension: a regular payment made during a person's retirement from an investment fund to which that person or their employer has contributed during their working life. 3. (...) Rural older persons and older women enjoy PBI 2. The disabled older persons need more attention 3. (...) (Source: discussions with official from MOSA) 10/27/2021 @smadioetomo/ILO_income secuirty older persons 50 GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT The future of elderly’s income protection 10/27/2021 @smadioetomo/ILO_income secuirty older persons 51 National Strategy on Ageing (STRANAS) 10/27/2021 @smadioetomo/ILO_income secuirty older persons 52 1.
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Score: 357518.77 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_824812.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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Action concerning Disabled Persons to the Year 2000 and Beyond [A/RES/49/153] 48th session 1993-1994 Resolutions: Standard Rules on the Equalization of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities [A/RES48/96] Positive and full inclusion of persons with disabilities in all aspects of society and the leadership role of the United Nations therein [A/RES/48/95] Resources General Assembly Reports and Resolutions Security Council Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Commission for Social Development Human Rights Council Inter-Agency Support Group for the CRPD Regional Commissions Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Handbook for Parliamentarians on the CRPD UN Expert Group Meetings Toolkit on Disability for Africa Toolkit on Disability for Africa NGO Corner Featured: World Enabled ,  Women's Refugee Commission (disabilities section),  Disabled People's International (DPI), G3ict , GAATES , International Disability Alliance (IDA), International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC), Rehabilitation International ,  Zero Project .
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Score: 249869.97 - https://www.un.org/development...esources/general-assembly.html
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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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Policies and frameworks regarding older persons • National Pensions Act: employees who qualify to participate under the NPF provisions are required to make periodic contributions to the pension scheme from their pensionable salaries • National Policy for Older Persons (draft) led by the MGCDSW. • National Social Support Policy targets the ultra-poor and vulnerable groups, and provides public works programme. • MGDS has six priority areas, which deal with older persons • Malawi Network of Elderly Persons Organization (MANEPO), an umbrella organization of local NGOs dealing with older persons related concerns Producers of Data on Older Persons Data on issues concerning older persons are scanty in Malawi compared to data on other subpopulation groups. • National Statistical Office (NSO) • Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) • National Registration Bureau (NRB) • Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare • Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and Development • The Ministry of Health • University of Malawi (Centre for Social Research) Access to Health Services and Challenges the Older Persons Face • Although access to good quality health services is one of the three priorities of the MIPAA, distances to health facilities can be considerable, particularly in rural areas, and vehicles for transport are rarely available • The 2008 census and DHS did not include a question on access to health services by the older persons • The 2014 and 2008 WMS collected data that could be used to assess older persons’ access to health care. • Questions include health service provider consulted. Morbidity and Mortality among Older Persons • Information on morbidity among older persons is collected through HMIS of the Ministry of Health. • A health passport is used to collect information on the diseases and date of onset. • These data could be used to analyse the cause specific morbidity rates among older persons. • Limitation of the health administrative data: largely captures morbidity cases which are presented at the health facility • Census data do not permit analysis of cause specific mortality rates. • Censuses and surveys collect data on survivorship of biological parents, however, collected on residents less than 18 years old Older persons and HIV and AIDS • HIV/AIDS remains a significant public health and socioeconomic challenge, • Much research focus on the population aged 15-49, as it is the group. • Older persons remain a neglected group. • Common misconception that elderly persons are sexually inactive and not at risk of HIV infection. • HIV/AIDS data on older persons is scanty in Malawi Disability among the Older Persons • The 2008 census collected information on disability for the first time for all persons including older persons who usually stay in the household. • Persons were asked if they have problems with the following: seeing, speaking, hearing, walking/climbing and/or any other problem. • These data sources could be used to develop age disability friendly environment. (...) Nutritional Status of Older Persons • The 2014 WMS generated data to assess the nutrition pattern of older persons. • The limitation: the head of the household responds on behalf of older persons. • DHS 2010 only asked of the children aged 5-17, and not for older persons. • Gap: it is not possible to know the meals older person consumed, hence there is a gap.
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Score: 248237.45 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...awi_Assessment_JChintsanya.pdf
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Persons in a multi-person household may pool their incomes and have a common budget to a greater or lesser extent; they may be related or unrelated persons or a combination of persons both related and unrelated. (...) The percentage of older persons living “alone” was calculated as the number of older persons residing in “one-person” households as a percentage of the total number of older persons in households of any size. The percentage of older persons living “with spouse only” was calculated as the number of older persons residing in “couple without children” households as a percentage of the total number of older persons in households of any size.
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Score: 247569.1 - https://www.un.org/development...ents_of_older_persons_2019.pdf
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