This document provides information about the different disability categories for children with disabilities under the US federal law Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). It defines the 13 disability categories and provides information about services available to families. This resource is useful to people interested in categories of disabilities under IDEA
This document was created for the Convention on Cluster Munitions Conference (Oslo, December 2008). It provides a list of reference documents to implement victim assistance programmes in line with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
This guide highlights the strategic approach on victim assistance adopted by the States Parties and assists relevant States Parties in applying it. It provides information about a broader view of victim assistance and guidance for each state party to develop a national strategic approach by offering relevant help for landmine victims through emergency first-aid care, rehabilitation services, psychological assistance and economic reintegration. It recommends that each State to complete a situation analysis to take specific, measurable, achievable, relevant steps in a set time frame to raise efficiency and promote sustainability of services
Note: this guide is a companion to "Victim Assistance in the Context of the AP Mine Ban Convention: Checklist"
This checklist is a tool to be used by States Parties in developing a comprehensive victim assistance response in the context of broader efforts concerning healthcare, rehabilitation, reintegration and human rights and achieving the aims of the Nairobi Action Plan in the six thematic areas of victim assistance
Note: This is a companion piece to "A Guide to Understanding Victim Assistance in the Context of the AP Mine Ban Convention"
The aim of this leaflet is to provide basic information about the use of cluster munitons and the humanitarian impact of their use
This briefing, aimed at people with HIV, cancer or multiple sclerosis, provides a basic idea about how the Disability Discrimination Act of 2005 protects people's rights. It owuld be useful for people interested in the rights of people with HIV, cancer or multiple sclerosis in the UK
Despite the explicit inclusion of disability as a ground for protection against discrimination in the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the reality of disabled children remains largely unchanged in most countries of the world. South Africa, which has introduced a framework of progressive legislation and strategies, provides an interesting model from which to assess progress and possibilities for change. This is an interesting resource for policy makers, planners and CBR managers
Designed for the purpose of monitoring the implementation of the Standard Rules on the Equalisation of Opportunities for persons with disability
This publication is aimed at presenting the viewpoint and position of Handicap International's viewpoint through comprehensive texts on ethical, political and social questions relating to international solidarity
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion