Convention Of State Parties On The CRPD

Dementia Alliance International (DAI) continues to advocate locally, nationally and globally for the rights of people with dementia, as persons living with acquired cognitive and other disabilities. As our global work increases, we now attend the Conference Of State Parties (COSP) on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).

In June 2019, DAI held the first Side Event ever to be hosted specifically focused on dementia as a disability, and our rights to full and equal social inclusion and access to health care. People with dementia are currently being systematicaly denied equal inclusion, and universal health care including rehabilitation; we hope this first Side event will be the start of tangible change.

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By DAI board members Kate Swaffer and Chistine Thelker

DAI COSP12 Side Event

Downloadable content:
- UN web recording of the Side Event
- Summary of the Side Event
- Side Event Handout provided to all event attendees

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