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Fostering Partnerships

 Global Conference on Assistance to Victims of Anti-Personnel Mines and Other Explosive Remnants of War, and Disability Rights

10-12 September, InterContinental Amman

 

Sponsored by the European Union, Fostering Partnerships will provide national disability rights and victim assistance experts, decision makers and persons with disabilities including mine survivors, with opportunities to further explore challenges and good practices in aligning victim assistance efforts with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Who should plan to attend?

All States, relevant international and non-governmental organisations working to support the aims of the Convention, and those working in wider contexts of disability rights, labour, health and education are invited to attend Fostering Partnerships as they all play a role in achieving the full and effective participation of women, girls, boys and men living with a disability on an equal basis with others in their societies.

How can delegations register?

Registration is by invitation only. If you believe your State or organisation could provide valuable input to the discussions or gain valuable knowledge from attending, please contact the Implementation Support Unit at isu(at)apminebanconvention.org.  


يوفر "تعزيز الشراكات" فرص لاستكشاف التحديات والممارسات السليمة في مواءمة اتفاقية حقوق الأشخاص ذوي الإعاقة وأهداف التنمية المستدامة لخبراء الحقوق الوطنية للإعاقة ومساعدة الضحايا وصناع القرار والأشخاص ذوي الإعاقة بمن فيهم الناجون من الألغام

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In the context of EU Council Decision 2017/1428, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Convention's Implementation Support Unit (ISU) with support of the European Union are convening the Conference from 10 to 12 September in Amman, Jordan.

Fostering Partnerships will build upon previous efforts to enhance cooperation among victim assistance, disability, human rights and development actors to meet the needs and rights of mine victims in wider disability rights contexts.