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Consultation on United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD): analysis of responses - summary

Published: 18 Nov 2016
Part of:
Communities and third sector, Equality and rights
ISBN:
9781786525659

Presents a summary of the analysis from the consultation on our Draft Delivery Plan for 2016 to 2020 on the UNCRPD.

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21 page PDF

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Contents
Consultation on United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD): analysis of responses - summary
Annex A - Outcomes and Commitments

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Annex A - Outcomes and Commitments

Outcome 1 - Equal and inclusive access to the physical and cultural environment, transport and suitable, affordable housing

Commitments

1

Transport accessibility

2

Design for Ageing

3

Raising awareness of accessible design

4

Homes which are more accessible

5

Accessible housing

6

A new help guide aimed at boosting accessible design

7

A new help guide to assist tourism businesses

8

A new help guide setting out key accessibility hints and tips

9

Access statement online tool builder

10

Widening access and increasing opportunities for disabled people to engage in culture, heritage and the arts

11

Recording and reporting of workforce diversity information

12

Improving access to the historic environment and collections relating to the historic environment

13

Disability Inclusion in Sport

14

Action plan to promote disabled people's participation in sport and physical activity

15

sportscotland investments

16

One Scotland awareness-raising campaign

Outcome 2 - Equal and inclusive access to healthcare provision and support for independent living, with control over the best use of resources and support for disabled children

17

Health Inequalities of people with learning disabilities data collection

18

Advocacy

19

The New framework for Hearing the Citizen Voice

20

Routes to Inclusion - 'Engaging disabled people and their organisations'

21

Allied Health Professionals and Independent Living - delivery plan

22

NHS - two-year internship for disabled graduates in partnership with NHSScotland and Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living Equality Academy

23

NHSScotland Learning Disability Employment Programme

24

Disability Inclusion Promotional Campaign

25

Measure compliance of NHS Boards on embracing equality diversity and human rights in the NHS in Scotland

26

Child Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment ( CRWIA) for all policy development affecting children

27

Fund for projects to support disabled children and their families

28

Information Hub

29

Transitions Test of Change Project

30

Child Internet Safety stakeholder group

31

Review of inclusion of people with learning disabilities or autistic spectrum disorders under the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003.

32

Consult on Scottish Law Commission's review of the Adults with Incapacity Act and thereafter carry out a scoping exercise in relation to a wider review of the Adults with Incapacity legislation

33

Review of policies on guardianship and consider circumstances in which supported decision making can be promoted

34

An integrated children's rights and equalities impact assessment for the Scottish Children's Reporter Administration

35

Enhanced learning and development framework for foster carers

Outcome 3 - Equal and inclusive access to education, paid employment and an appropriate income whether in or out of work

36

Continued commitment to implement additional support for learning

37

Anti-bullying - respectme and review and refresh of the 'National Approach to Anti-bullying for Scotland's Children and Young'

38

Overarching commitment from Fair Work Directorate

39

Investment in Developing the Young Workforce and further investment to support young people with barriers to employment including disability

40

Supported Employment Model

41

Supported Businesses

42

Establishment of a Fair Work Convention

43

Disability Employment Services in Scotland

44

Ensuring flexible and integrated support is put in place to support individuals with particular needs, including disabled people into work

45

Abolish fees for employment tribunals and consultation re barriers that disabled people face when raising a claim at an Employment Tribunal

46

Disability Benefits Advocacy Support

47

Future reform of local taxation will take into account the particular needs expressed by disabled people

48

Establishment of a social security system that treats people with dignity and respect during their time applying for, being assessed and receiving disability benefits

Outcome 4 - Equal and inclusive access to the justice system without fear of being unfairly judged or punished, and with protection of personal and private rights

49

Review of legal aid contributions for disabled people

50

Encourage reporting of hate crimes against disabled people

51

Accessible information

52

Accessibility of sites and services

53

Develop and deliver a 'pilot' improvement project focusing on preventing and removing disability hate crime from society

54

Engage with DPOs to explore extent of violence against disabled women and girls, in the context of our ambitions under Equally Safe


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