Views of the National CRPD Monitoring Mechanism

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Views of the National CRPD Monitoring Mechanism

Parallel reporting by the Monitoring Mechanism

In March of 2015, the National CRPD Monitoring Mechanism submitted and published its Parallel Report to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the Context of the Examination of the Initial Report of Germany. Along with brief analyses of specific problems, the report contained recommendations as to how actors at the federal and Länder level should move forward with UN CRPD implementation.

Parallel Report to the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (PDF, 334 KB)

Views on specific issues

The State party review having been brought to a close, the Monitoring Mechanism is compiling a series of reports stating its views on specific issues relating to the status of CRPD implementation. In these reports, the Monitoring Mechanism takes a closer look at certain of the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities recommendations and offers specific suggestions for action by policy-makers in Germany.
The links below lead to reports on access by persons who are blind or visually impaired to published works and on ratification of the Marrakesh Treaty and on the future of the sheltered workshops:

Marrakesh Treaty  (April 2016)
Sheltered workshops (June 2016)
 
Reports expressing our views on the following topics are still to come:

  • Inclusion in education
  • Right to vote
  • Action plans
  • Access to justice
  • Protection against violence
  • Data collection

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