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On 4 and 5 November 2014, the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, hosted an academic conference on disability rights with a focus on the effective implementation of the rights of women with disabilities in Africa. Fifteen papers were presented at the conference, on a diverse range of issues including political participation, access to education, sexual and reproductive rights, building an inclusive environment, resource allocation, access to justice and violence against women with disabilities. The conference drew participants from more than 15 countries and approximately 50 people attended the conference. Participants included persons with disabilities, their families, civil society groups as well as advocates for disability law reform, lawyers, policymakers, academics and practitioners from around the world.

The Conference coincided with the launch of the second issue of the African Disability Rights Yearbook on the evening of 4 November. The Yearbook’s open-access online journal was also launched and can be viewed by visiting www.adry.up.ac.za

More information about this conference:

Programme and photos
Conference Report

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On 4 and 5 November 2014, the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, hosted an academic conference on disability rights with a focus on the effective implementation of the rights of women with disabilities in Africa. Fifteen papers were presented at the conference, on a diverse range of issues including political participation, access to education, sexual and reproductive rights, building an inclusive environment, resource allocation, access to justice and violence against women with disabilities. The conference drew participants from more than 15 countries and approximately 50 people attended the conference. Participants included persons with disabilities, their families, civil society groups as well as advocates for disability law reform, lawyers, policymakers, academics and practitioners from around the world.

The Conference coincided with the launch of the second issue of the African Disability Rights Yearbook on the evening of 4 November. The Yearbook’s open-access online journal was also launched and can be viewed by visiting www.adry.up.ac.za

More information about this conference:

Programme and photos
Conference Report