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DUBAI, 2018) Telecommunication/information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs The Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Dubai, 2018), recalling a) Article 12 of the International Telecommunication Regulations (ITR), adopted by the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) (Dubai, 2012), which states that Member States should promote access for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs to international telecommunication services, taking into account the relevant ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) recommendations; b) the outcome document of the High-Level Meeting on Disability and Development (HLMDD) convened by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) at the level of Heads of State and Government on 23 September 2013, under the theme "The ICT Opportunity for a Disability-Inclusive Development Framework", which stresses the need for inclusive development in which persons with disabilities are both agents and beneficiaries; c) Resolution 70 (Rev. Dubai, 2012) of the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly, on telecommunication/information and communication technology (ICT) accessibility for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs, the current regulatory framework and the studies, initiatives and events on this issue undertaken by ITU-T and its study groups, in particular Study Group 2, Study Group 16 and Study Group 20, in collaboration with the Joint Coordination Activity on Accessibility and Human Factors (JCA- AHF); d) Goal 10 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which emphasizes that people, including persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs, should have equivalent access and use of ICTs; e) the Intersector Rapporteur Group on Audiovisual Media Accessibility (IRG AVA), between the ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) and ITU-T, is working on broadcasting and Internet television in order to include audio description for the visually impaired and captioning/subtitles for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as to include other persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs in accessing remote Internet participation; f) the Phuket Declaration on Tsunami Preparedness for Persons with Disabilities (Phuket, 2007), which emphasizes the need for inclusive emergency warning and disaster management systems using telecommunication/ICT facilities based on open, non- proprietary, global standards; g) the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) special initiative work carried out through studies conducted within the framework of Question 20/1 of ITU-D Study Group 1, commencing in September 2006 and proposing the wording of Resolution 58 (Hyderabad, 2010) of the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC) and, likewise, the ITU-D initiative on the development of an e-accessibility toolkit for persons with disabilities, in collaboration and partnership with the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ict); h) Resolution ITU-R 67 (Geneva, 2015) of the ITU Radiocommunication Assembly, on telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs; i) Resolution 58 (Rev. Buenos Aires, 2017) of WTDC, on telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs; j) the Buenos Aires Declaration (WTDC-17), recognizing a) ongoing work ITU-R, ITU-T and ITU-D on telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs, including JCA-AHF; b) technical papers addressing: – use cases for assisting persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs using mobile applications; – guidelines for accessible meetings, – guidelines for supporting remote participation in meetings for all; – Telecommunication Accessibility Checklist, as well as Recommendation ITU-T F.791, on accessibility terms and definitions; c) that the strategic plan for the Union as approved by this conference includes intersectoral objective I.3: "Enhance access to telecommunications/ICTs for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs" and related outcomes and outputs; d) the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), calling for special attention to be given to persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs; e) that during the UNGA High-Level Meeting on the overall review of the implementation of the WSIS outcomes, it was recognized that special attention must be paid to solving the specific issues presented by ICTs for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs; f) § 13 of the Geneva Declaration of Principles and § 18 of the Tunis Commitment, reaffirming the commitment to providing equitable and affordable access to ICTs, especially for persons with disabilities and specific needs; g) various regional and national efforts to develop or revise accessibility guidelines and standards for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs applicable to telecommunications/ICT; h) ITU's accessibility policy for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs, adopted by the ITU Council in 2013; i) that webcasting using accessible webpages and documents, as well as the use of captioning and audio description in audiovisual content, and the use of sign language interpretation, are invaluable tools, which benefit persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs, considering a) that the World Health Organization estimates that there are one billion persons living with varying degrees of physical, sensory or cognitive disabilities in the world, meaning 15 per cent of the world's population, and 80 per cent of them live in developing countries1; b) that ICTs can provide opportunities and benefits for women and girls with disabilities to overcome exclusion on the basis of their gender and disability; c) that Article 9 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, on accessibility, which entered into force on 3 May 2008, requires States Parties to take appropriate measures, including: i) 9 (2g) "To promote access for persons with disabilities to new information and communications technologies and systems, including the Internet"; ii) 9 (2h) "To promote the design, development, production and distribution of accessible information and communications technologies and systems at an early stage, so that these technologies and systems become accessible at minimum cost"; d) that the United Nations Human Rights Council established the Special Rapporteurship on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to allow identification of the barriers and obstacles that persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs still have to overcome to achieve their full, effective participation in society, the mandate of which will be to work in close coordination with all mechanisms and entities of the United Nations system, regional mechanisms, civil society and organizations of and for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs, and will incorporate the perspectives of gender, international cooperation and capacity building in all its activities, in accordance with the principles of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities; 1 These include the least developed countries, small island developing states, landlocked developing countries and countries with economies in transition. e) the importance of cooperation between governments, the private sector, civil society and relevant organizations to provide possibilities for low-cost access; f) that it is necessary for governments and multiple stakeholders to pay attention to the outcomes in the report jointly prepared by G3ict and Disabled People's International (DPI), given that the accessibility of the information infrastructure, considered an essential area of ICT accessibility that has an enormous impact on the greatest number of users, falls short of the level of progress called for by the provisions in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in terms of general compliance on the part of the countries that have ratified it, noting the JCA AHF was set up for the purposes of awareness-raising, advice, assistance, collaboration, coordination and networking, its historical precedence, and its role to communicate, cooperate and collaborate with all the Sectors on the work of accessibility to prevent duplication of work, resolves 1 to involve persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs in the work of ITU, taking into account their experiences and expertise, so that they may collaborate in the adoption of a comprehensive action plan in order to extend access to telecommunications/ICTs, in collaboration with external entities and bodies concerned with this topic; 2 to foster dialogue and communication between persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs (with means of interpretation when necessary) and those who prepare public policies and statistics on telecommunication/ICT users, in order to obtain better information and knowledge about which data to collect and analyse at the national level using international standards and methods; 3 to promote cooperation with regional and global organizations and institutions that deal with accessibility for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs, in order to include accessibility to telecommunications/ICTs in their agendas and take into account its cross-cutting nature with other topics; 4 to maximize use of accessible webcasting facilities, captioning (including transcripts of the captioning) and sign language and, if possible, within the financial and technical limitations of the Union, provide these services in all six official languages of the Union both during and after the conclusion of any session when convening conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union as articulated in Chapter II, Section 12 "Setting up of committees" of the General Rules of conferences, assemblies and meetings of the Union; 5 to build on and consolidate past accomplishments by providing the necessary financial and human resources for the effective and sustained integration of ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities and persons with specific needs into development activities, within budgetary constraints, instructs the Secretary-General to bring Resolution 58 (Rev.
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INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3. INADMISSIBLE PERSONS 3.
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Contributing to meaningful inclusion of young persons with disabilities at the Conference of the States Parties (COSP) to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). 3. (...) In order to safeguard the rights of persons with disabilities, the programmes, policies, and initiatives currently focused on supporting children with disabilities and older persons with disabilities must be expanded to include and encompass the specific requirements of young persons with disabilities. Young persons with disabilities currently do not have enough global advocacy opportunities or the capacity required to effectively advocate for their rights as persons with disabilities.
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Noted D23 Death penalty Affected persons: - general - persons deprived of their liberty 186.109. (...) Supported D33 Arbitrary arrest and detention Affected persons: - persons deprived of their liberty 186.121. (...) Supported D33 Arbitrary arrest and detention Affected persons: - persons deprived of their liberty 186.118.
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Score: 720279.25 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...cListofrecommendations_EN.docx
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Draft Law "On the protection of personal data" 3 Article 7 The Person in Charge of Data Processing In order to effectively guarantee the fair processing of personal data, the person in charge of data processing and any other person involved with the processing shall meet certain requirements relating to experience, reliability and technical capacity. Other subjects who deal with data processing shall observe the rules determined by the person in charge of data processing. Any person who processes personal data shall be authorised in a written from by the person in charge of data processing, safe for the cases when the processing is required by law. (...) Article 11 Right of access to one's own personal data Every person has the right of access, at any time, in the processing of his/her personal data.
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Ghulam Isaczai Permanent Representative In-person 66. CHINA H.E. Jun Zhang Permanent Representative In-person 67. (...) Mohan Peiris Permanent Representative In-person 70. SENEGAL H.E. Niang Cheikh Permanent Representative In-person 71. (...) Mahmoud Hmoud Permanent Representative In-person 74. COMOROS H.E. Issimail Chanfi Permanent Representative In-person 75.
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Persons with disabilities should be enabled to live with their families. (...) Organizers of sports and recreation should consult with organizations of persons with disabilities when developing their services for persons with disabilities. (...) Rule 18. Organizations of persons with disabilities States should recognize the right of the organizations of persons with disabilities to represent persons with disabilities at national, regional and local levels.
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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: 719210.06 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...featuring-persons-disabilities
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The main characteristics of this population:  20% have limited functioning  26% live on a National Insurance pension (benefit) + income supplement  20% live below the poverty line.  The dependency ratio is 180 older persons to 1,000 persons of working age. Personal status: 57% of older persons are married. 25% live alone. (...) Sources of income of older persons today are as follows: 1. Universal old age pension that all older person inhabitants of the country are entitled to. (...) The Long Term Care Insurance Law guarantees the provision of long term care for every older person who needs personal care and help with household work, free of charge, for persons with an income of up to 1.5 times the average worker's wage. e.
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Score: 719126.03 - https://unece.org/DAM/pau/age/country_rpts/ISR_report.pdf
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