ONU apresenta recomendações para inclusão das pessoas com deficiência nos objetivos do milênio
A Assembleia Geral das Nações Unidas adotou, em 18 de dezembro último, as seguintes recomendações para promover a inclusão das pessoas com deficiência nos Objetivos do Milênio na agenda pós-2015 e além.
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(Adopted by GA Plenary on 18 December 2014 as A/RES/69/142. Advanced unedited text, final official version forthcoming)
Realizing the Millennium Development Goals and other internationally agreed development goals for persons with disabilities towards 2015 and beyond
The General Assembly,
PP1 Recalling earlier operational frameworks, such as the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons, which it adopted on 3 December 1982, and the Standard Rules on the Equalization of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities, which it adopted on 20 December 1993, in which persons with disabilities are recognized as both development agents and beneficiaries in all aspects of development,
PP2 Reaffirming the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which it adopted on 13 December 2006and which entered into force on 3 May 2008, a landmark convention affirming the human rights and fundamental freedoms of persons with disabilities, and recognizing that it is both a human rights and development instrument and taking note of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities,
PP4 Recalling all of its previous resolutions on realizing the Millennium Development Goals and other internationally agreed development goals for persons with disabilities, as well as the relevant resolutions of the Human Rights Council and the Economic and Social Council and its functional commissions,
PP3 Recalling also its previous resolutions on the internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals, in which it recognized the collective responsibility of Governments to uphold the principles of human dignity, equality and equity at the global level, and in this sense stressing the duty of Member States to achieve the full application and implementation of the international normative framework on persons with disabilities and development including by encouraging the ratification and implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities,
PP5 Recalling further the outcome document of the high‑level plenary meeting of the General Assembly on the Millennium Development Goals, the outcome document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, entitled “The future we want”, and the outcome document of the 2011 high‑level plenary meeting of the Assembly on HIV and AIDS, entitled “Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: Intensifying Our efforts to Eliminate HIV and AIDS”, which contain references to the rights, participation, well‑being and perspectives of persons with disabilities in development efforts,
PP5bis Recognizing that persons with disabilities make up an estimated 15 per cent of the world’s population, or 1 billion people, of whom an estimated 80 per cent live in developing countries, and acknowledging the value of their contribution to the general well-being, progress and diversity of society,
PP6 Gravely concerned that persons with disabilities continue to be subject to multiple and aggravated forms of discrimination, in particular women, children, youth, indigenous peoples and older persons, and are still largely invisible in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Millennium Development Goals and the internationally agreed development goals, and noting that, while progress has already been made by Governments, the international community and the United Nations system in mainstreaming disability, in particular the rights of persons with disabilities as an integral part of the development agenda, major challenges do remain,
PP6bis1 Underlining the need for urgent action by all stakeholders towards the adoption and implementation of more ambitious disability-inclusive national development strategies and efforts with disability-targeted actions, backed by increased international cooperation and support,
New PP Stressing the need for capacity development efforts aimed at empowering persons with disabilities and their representative organizations, to ensure equal access to full and productive employment and decent work on an equal basis and without discrimination to persons with disabilities, including by promoting access to inclusive education systems, skills development, volunteering opportunities, vocational and entrepreneurial training in order to enable persons with disabilities to attain and maintain maximum independence,
PP6bis2 Concerned that persons with disabilities are disproportionately affected in disaster,emergency and conflict situations, as well as by poverty,
PP7 Concerned that the continuing lack ofstatistics and reliable data and information on the situation of persons with disabilities at the national, regional and global levels contributes to their exclusion in official statistics, presenting an obstacle to achieving development planning and implementation inclusive of persons with disabilities,
PP8 Stressing the importance of collecting and analysing reliable data on persons with disabilities following existing guidelines on disability statistics, encouraging ongoing efforts to improve data collection in order to disaggregate data with regard to persons with disabilities by sex and age, and underlining the need to have internationally comparable data to assess progress on development policies that are inclusive of persons with disabilities,
1. Reaffirms the outcome document of the high‑level meeting of the General Assembly, at the level of Heads of State and Government, on 23 September 2013, with the overarching theme “The way forward: a disability‑inclusive development agenda towards 2015 and beyond”, and reaffirms the commitments contained therein;
2. Takes note with appreciation of the report of the Secretary‑General entitled “Realization of the Millennium Development Goals and internationally agreed development goals for persons with disabilities: a disability‑inclusive development agenda towards 2015 and beyond”, and the recommendations contained therein;
2bis1. Further welcomes the report of the Secretary‑General entitled “A life of dignity for all: accelerating progress towards and advancing the United Nations development agenda beyond 2015”, which recommended the consideration of the inclusion ofdisability as a cross-cutting issue across the successor set of goals and targets of the post-2015 development agenda;
2ter. Recalls resolution 68/309 of 10 September 2014, in which it welcomed the report of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals and decided that the proposal of the Open Working Group on the Sustainable Development Goals contained in the report shall bethe main basis for integrating sustainable development goals into the post-2015 development agenda, while recognizing that other inputs will also be considered, in the intergovernmental negotiation process at the sixty-ninth session of the General Assembly, and acknowledging that the report integrates a disability perspective;
2quat2 Recognizes the continued need to give appropriate consideration to the issue of the rights of persons with disabilities in relation to the post-2015 development agenda;
2quat1. Expresses appreciation to Member States and United Nations entities that have submitted information on progress made towards the realization of the internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals, including specific priorities for action, and data and analysis on persons with disabilities and urges Member States and relevant United Nations entities that have not already done so to submit the requested information;
2quin Invites the Chairperson of the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Special Rapporteur on the rights of persons with disabilities of the Human Rights Council to address and engage in an interactive dialogue with the General Assembly at its seventieth session, under the item entitled “Promotion and protection of human rights”, as a way to enhance communication between the Assembly and the Committee;
2sext Welcomes resolution 26/20 of the Human Rights Council establishing the mandate of the Special Rapporteur on the rights of persons with disabilities to inter alia make concrete recommendations on how to better promote and protect the rights of persons with disabilities, including on how to contribute to the realization of internationally agreed development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals, for persons with disabilities, including how to promote development that is inclusive of and accessible to persons with disabilities and how to promote their role as both agents for and beneficiaries of development;
3. Urges Member States, UN agencies,international and regional organizations, regional integration organizations and financial institutions to make a concerted effort to include persons with disabilities and integrate the principles of accessibility and inclusion in the monitoring and evaluation of the development goals;
3bis. Encourages Member States, the United Nations system and other stakeholders to further improve coordination among existing international processes and instruments in order to advance a disability-inclusive global agenda;
3ter Emphasizes the importance of mainstreaming the perspectives of persons with disabilities in disaster risk reduction, and recognizes the need for the inclusive participation and contribution of persons with disabilities to disaster preparedness, emergency response, recovery, and transition from relief to development, as well as the implementation of policies and programmes that are inclusive of and accessible for persons with disabilities;
4. Alsoencourages the mobilization of resources on a sustainable basis to mainstream disability in development at all levels, and in this regard underlines the need to promote and strengthen international cooperation, including South‑South and triangular cooperation, in support of national efforts, including, as appropriate, through the establishment of national mechanisms, in particular in developing countries;
5. Welcomes the contributions made to the United Nations Partnership to Promote the Rights of Persons with Disabilities trust fund, and in this regard encourages Member States and other stakeholders to support its objectives, including by providing voluntary contributions;
6. Requests the United Nations system to facilitate technical assistance, within existing resources, including the provision of assistance for capacity‑building and for the collection and compilation of national and regional data and statistics on persons with disabilities, in particular to developing countries, and in this regard requests the Secretary‑General, in accordance with existing guidelines on disability statistics, to analyse, publish and disseminate disability data and statistics in future periodic reports, as appropriate, on the realization of the Millennium Development Goals and other internationally agreed development goals for persons with disabilities;
6bis Welcomes the opening of the Accessibility Center at the United Nations Headquarters in New York and requests the Secretary-General to continue the progressiveimplementation of relevant standards and guidelines for the accessibility of facilities and services of the United Nations system, taking into account relevant provisions of the Convention, in particular when undertaking renovations, including interim arrangements;
7. Encourages Member States, United Nations organizations and mechanisms, including the newly-appointed Special Rapporteur of the Human Rights Council on the rights of persons with disabilities, and the regional commissions to make all efforts to engage with and ensure accessibility for persons with disabilities and their full and effective participation and inclusion in cooperation with organizations of persons with disabilities and, as appropriate, national human rights institutions, in development processes and decision‑making at the local, national, regional and international levels;
7bis. Also encourages Member States that have not yet done so to adopt a national disability strategy that can be operationalized, including through measurable and appropriate targets and indicators, and that assign responsibility to, and incorporate the views of, a broad range of stakeholders, including persons with disabilities and their representative organizations;
8. Requests the United Nations system, in particular the Statistical Commission and in consultation with the newly-appointed Special Rapporteur of the Human Rights Council on the rights of persons with disabilities, within the scope of her mandate,within existing resources, to update existing methodologies of disability data collection and analysis for persons with disabilities, to obtain internationally comparable data on the situation of persons with disabilities and to regularly include relevant disability data or relevant qualitative facts, as appropriate, in relevant United Nations publications in the field of economic and social development;
8bis. Encourages Member States to take appropriate steps to expedite mainstreaming disability data into official statistics;
8ter. Requests the President of the General Assembly to organize, during the seventieth session of the General Assembly, a panel discussion to follow up on the status of and progress made towards the realization of the development goals for persons with disabilities, in relation to the follow up to the outcome of the HLMDD and in relation to the principles of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities;
9. Requests the Secretary‑General, in coordination with all relevant United Nations entities:
(a) To submit information to the General Assembly, at its seventy-first session, on the implementation of the present resolution as well as of the outcome document of the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on the realization of the Millennium Development Goals and other internationally agreed development goals for persons with disabilities: the way forward, a disability-inclusive development agenda towards 2015 and beyond, and to make appropriate recommendations, to further strengthen implementation;
(b) To compile, and analyze national policies, programs, best practices and available statistics regarding persons with disabilities, reflecting progress made on addressing the relevant internationally-agreed development goals and the provisions of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, to be submitted to the General Assembly in a flagship report during 2018.
 A/37/351/Add.1 and Corr.1, annex, sect. VIII, recommendation 1 (IV).
 Resolution 48/96, annex.
 United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 2515, No. 44910.
 Resolution 65/1.
 Resolution 66/288, annex.
 Resolution 65/277, annex.
 Such as the Guidelines and Principles for the Development of Disability Statistics (United Nations publication, Sales No. E.01.XVII.15) and the Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses (United Nations publication, Sales No. E.07.XVII.8) and their updates.
Realization of the Millennium Development Goals and
other internationally agreed development goals for persons
with disabilities: a disability-inclusive development agenda
towards 2015 and beyond
Fonte – http://www.un.org/disabilities/