The activities were started on working out Analytic report about ensuring the rights of the persons with disabilities and international advocacy for the protection of their rights.

Citizens` Labor Rights Protection League (CLRPL), the partner organization on Azerbaijan Rights Consortium (ARC) Project being carried out with the support of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) started working out the Analytic Report on conditions of ensuring the rights of persons with disabilities (PWD). The analyses of the legislation connected with PWD, current situation of their integration into society, problems and difficulties will be reflected in the report.

At present the methodology for the conduction of the monitoring and analyses is being prepared.

At the same time CLRPL conducted monitoring in December 2013 and January 2014 with the purpose of effective application of the International Advocacy mechanisms for ensuring the rights of PWDs and prepared the report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities (UN CRDP).

The report to UN CRDP was prepared as the alternative to the official answers of the Azerbaijani government to the questions addressed by UN CRDP in September 2013. The report was placed at the official web page of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights for informing the Committee members and other interested persons with the report.

(You can download the report at: )

On April 01, 2014 the representative of CLRPL will attend the 11-th session of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities (March 31-April 11, 2014) at the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Genève. At the same time before the session the representative of CLRPL plans to make a statement about situation of the provision of the rights of PWD in Azerbaijan and answer to the questions of the committee members at the briefing (on Azerbaijan) for the committee members organized on the eve of the hearings connected with the first report of the Azerbaijani government.



Contact:    Sahib Mammadov

Phone: 050 314 49 15