The New Zealand Disability Strategy - Office for Disability Issues
The New Zealand Disability Strategy presents a long-term plan for changing New Zealand from a disabling to an inclusive society. It has been developed in consultation with disabled people and the wider disability sector, and reflects many individuals’ experiences of disability. It includes fifteen Objectives, underpinned by detailed Actions to provide
UNiCEF Doc: It’s About Ability - An explanation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities This publication explains the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to.
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New Zealand Sign Language Act 2006 No 18 (as at 27 August Public Act – New Zealand Legislation
New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act 2000 No 91 (as at 30 April Public Act 9 Strategies for standards and quality assurance programmes – New Zealand Legislation
In New Zealand a group of disabled people's organisations (DPOs) are monitoring the implementation of the Disability Convention (UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities-CRPD). This, the second report outlines the major issues. An important read for social justice supporters. It's on the website www.dpa.org.nz/publications