Convention Coalition Monitoring Group Reports

Article 33 of the Disability Convention is about making sure the rights for disabled people outlined in the Disability Convention are actioned. Countries need to do this work and talk to disabled people to find out if they are getting their rights or not.

In New Zealand three groups are responsible for this monitoring role: the Human Rights Commission, the Ombudsman and the organisations that represent disabled people in New Zealand, called the Convention Coalition Monitoring Group.

Read the Convention Coalition Monitoring Group reports about disabled people’s rights in different formats below: