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EU Disability Law and the UNCRPD: Access to Justice for Persons with Disabilities

  • Seminar for the members of the judiciary

, 5 June 2019 – 7 June 2019
Languages:
(simultaneous interpretation)
Event number:
419DV18

Area of law:

Disability Rights Law

Objective

The training is designed to address different experiences of persons with disabilities in court proceedings. Persons with disabilities face significant barriers in judicial proceedings due to a disability and their specific needs need to be taken into account and addressed by the domestic courts.

Key topics

  • UNCRPD in EU law
  • Legal capacity and supported decision-making
  • Right to political participation
  • The burden of proof in disability proceedings
  • The right to liberty and security of persons with disabilities
  • Accessibility and personal mobility

Terms & Conditions of Participation

We accept applications for this seminar only through the EJTN members.
No seminar fee.
The participants’ travel costs will be reimbursed up to 360 euros.
Two hotel nights will be booked and paid directly by ERA.
Please see Terms & Conditions of Participation for detailed information.


Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors and other judicial staff from an EU Member State, Iceland or Liechtenstein.


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IMPORTANT NOTE


Important note
Participation on selection. Participants who are selected will receive a significant contribution to their travel and accommodation costs. Applications should be submitted before 19 May 2019. Please note that the programme is still subject to the approval of the European Commission. Il termine per le iscrizioni prorogato fino al 19 maggio 2019!

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Conference Organisers

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EU Disability Law and the UNCRPD

EU Anti-Discrimination Law
Find out more about this series of seminars on Directives 2000/43 and 2000/78


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