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2013-2022 2017 11 27 12 1 ESCAP U.N. Economic a nd Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific ESCAP

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1975 (Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons) 1960s 1980s 1990s

2000s 2010s 2020s 3 (2) 1981

(International year of disabled persons) 1983 - 1992 (United Nations Decade of Disabled Persons) 1992 12 3 (International day for disabled persons) 1960s

1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 1993-2002 (Asian and Pacific Decade of Persons with Disabilities)

2006 (Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities) 1960s 1980s

1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s (3) (4)

2011 (World disability report) 2003-2012 1960s

1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 6 (5)

2012 (Incheon strategy) 2013-2022 1960s 1980s

1990s 2000s 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

9. 10. 2010s 2020s 7 Objectives of the Meeting To undertake a midpoint review of the progress made, including gap s and challenges, in the implementation of the Asian and Pacific Dec ade of Persons with Disabilities, 2013-2022, and the Incheon Strateg

y to Make the Right Real for Persons with Disabilities in Asia and t he Pacific; To discuss the future policy direction for building disability-inclusive societies in Asia and the Pacific, bearing in mind the synergies betwe en the Incheon Strategy and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Develo pment as well as the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disab ilities; To consider and adopt an outcome document to accelerate the imple mentation of the Incheon Strategy for the remainder of the Decade. The Meeting comprised two segments: (a) a senior officials segment, held from 27 to 29 November 2017; and (b) a ministerial segment, h eld on 30 November and 1 December 2017.

Associate Members of HKSAR Government Representative: Dr. LAW Chi-kwong, Secretary for Labour and Welfare, Labour and Welfare Bur eau (LWB) Alternate: Mr. CHAN Chun-tak, Administrative Assistant to Secretary for Labour and We lfare, LWB Mr. LEUNG Chun-wing, Commissioner for Rehabilitation, LWB Mr. LEUNG Chun-hei, Assistant Secretary for Labour and Welfare (Rehabilita tion) Special Duties 2, LWB Mr. FONG Kai-leung, Assistant Director (Rehabilitation and Medical Social Se rvices), Social Welfare Department

Ms. LAW Chui-fung, Assistant Commissioner, Census and Statistics Departme nt Mr. YEUNG Kwok-ki, Anthony, BBS, JP, Chairman, Rehabilitation Advisory Co mmittee Ms. KWAN Ngan-hing, Edith, MH, Chairman, Rehabilitation Advisory Commi ttee Subcommittee on Access Observers Hong Kong Joint Council for Persons with Disabiliti es Mr. Benny CHEUNG, Chairperson Mr. Joseph KWOK, Vice Chairman Mr. NG Hang-sau, Consultant, HKSR

Pre-Meeting Workshop 14:00 - 16:30 Wednesday, 29 November 2017 Capacity Building Workshop: Putting disability-inclusive devel opment into practice Speakers & topics: (Some more reports from Joseph) Dr. Joseph Kwok: How to develop and implement disabilityspecific and disability-inclusive laws and programmes with s

ustained budget Ms. Sharita Serrao: Ways to develop comprehensive disabili ty statistics system Ms. Marcie Roth: Ways to enhance accessibility and meanin gful participation of persons with disabilities in decision ma king processes at all levels Side Event Organized by Korean Disability Forum, Korean Solidarity for Human Rig hts of Disabled People with Brain Lesion 13:15 14:15 Wednesday, 29 November 2017 Topic: Employing a multi-stakeholder approach to promoting disability rights

Moderator: Joseph Kwok, Promotor of Incheon Strategy, Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities Speakers & topics: Changes on national policies made by disability rights movement Hyungsook Lee, Director, Nodl Independent Living Center Setereki Macanawai, CEO, Pacific Disability Forum Panelists Megan Smith, International Disability Alliance Muhammed Atif Sheikh, Honorary Chair, South Asian Disability Forum Reena Lee, Deputy Secretary General, Korean Disability Forum Overview of the Draft Beijing declaration Agenda Item 6

Consideration of the draft Beijing declaration and action plan to accelerate the implementation of the Incheon Strategy, in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development High-level Intergovernmental Meeting on the Midpoint Review of the Asian and Pacific Decade of Persons with Disabilities, 2013-2022 28 November 2017 - Beijing Joint Statement by Civil Society Organizations (CSO) to Accelerate the Implementation of th e Incheon Strategy for the Second Fi

ve Years from 2018 to 2022 Achievements by and Constraints for CSO for the First Half of the Decade (2013-2017) CSO representatives, have worked collaboratively, providin g advice on, and monitoring each governments implement ation of the Incheon Strategy, promoting cooperation at th e regional and sub-regional levels, and participating activel y in the sessions of the Working Group for the successful i mplementation of the Incheon Strategy This experience has shown that for the Working Group to b e effective, substantial commitment in both time and reso urces are required of civil society

Suggestions to Accelerate Implementation of the Incheon Strategy for the Second Half of t he Decade (2018-2022) CSO representatives shall strengthen continuity and consist ency in their participation in the Working Group by enhanc ing the role of the participants who are encouraged to shar e the results of the sessions as widely as possible CSO representatives shall be more proactive and productiv e through their participation in the Working Group in carryi ng out the Incheon Strategy with and enhanced sense of re sponsibility CSO representatives, recognizing collective responsibility t

o contribute to the work of the Working Group, shall take t urns in playing the role of a coordinator among the CSO m embers of the working group Suggestions to UN ESCAP e-Task Force provided by UN ESCAP for the Working Group Mem bers need to be more effective and accessible to persons with all types of disabilities including persons with high support needs a s well as women with disabilities It would be appreciated if UN ESCAP could also strengthen its co nsultation with CSO in sufficient advance and more substantively , especially when developing agenda items UN ESCAP is urged to include CSO representatives in High-Level I

ntergovernmental Meetings to ensure their active participation i ncluding through the presentation of their reports UN ESCAP is encouraged to reflect the results of the Midpoint Re view including the views of civil society in the future process of s electing and pursuing two priority goals to be implemented ever y year for the second half of the decade, with a view to effective and equal implementation of the ten Goals of the Incheon Strate gy Suggestions to Government The governments shall launch in their country the national coordination mechanism on disability which will function a s an action planning and monitoring system. The mechanis

m shall include civil society participants in all activities reg arding the second half of decade of the Incheon Strategy CSOs call on the governments of the Asia Pacific region to a ddress communication and participation barriers, and rene w their commitment to support the Working Group regardi ng the Incheon Strategy the governments shall be committed to eliminating barrier s to civil society participation in the Working Group meetin gs including through providing financial support, as well as the full inclusion with sign language Outcome of the Meeting Asia-Pacific region is the first in the world to adopt a

regional framework to address the issues of disabilit y-inclusive development Adopting the Beijing Declaration and Action Plan to a ccelerate the implementation of the Incheon Strateg y The first declarations to be made in disability after th e adoption of the 2030 Agenda Multi-stakeholder participation. Coming together of diverse stakeholders - governments, international or ganizations, civil society and private sector. Extraordinary participation of organizations of and fo r persons with disabilities, thereby keeping with their motto, Nothing about us, without us

Five Key Challenges Persons with disabilities (PwDs) in the region conti nue to face poverty, which is exacerbated by barrie rs to education and employment PwDs are underrepresented in political structures and decision-making processes More than half of the regions PwDs being women their access to development opportunities are cons trained The risk posed by disasters are magnified for PwDs PwDs in Asia and the Pacific are often unidentified and undercounted

2017-12-04 02:04:18 12 3 11 27 ~12 1 2013 ~2022 5

Reference http://www.unescap.org/disabilityhighlevelmeeting 2017/index Thank you!

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