(f) to conduct or encourage the research and development of universal goods, services, equipment and equipment, under Article 2 of this Convention, which should require adaptation and costs as long as possible, in order to meet the specific needs of a person with a disability, promote its availability and use, and promote universalization in the development of standards and guidelines; In 2001, at the 56th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Mexico began negotiations with the active support of GRULAC (Latin American regional group). When support for an agreement failed in 2002 due to opposition to WeOG, New Zealand played a key role in achieving a supraregional impulse. From 2002 to 2003, New Zealand mediated as Chairman of the Special Committee and negotiated a consensus agreement in August 2006, in close cooperation with other members of the Committee, Jordan, Costa Rica, the Czech Republic and South Africa, as well as with Korea and Mexico. Several observers spoke of the “value-seeking behaviour” of governments, national human rights institutions and NON-governmental ORGANISATIONS.  The optional protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is an ancillary agreement with the convention that allows its contracting parties to recognize the jurisdiction of the Disability Rights Committee to review individual complaints.  The text relies to a large extent on the optional protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. l) Recognising the importance of international cooperation in improving the living conditions of people with disabilities in all countries, particularly in developing countries, EU countries have set out a number of common employment policy goals and objectives to create more and better jobs across the EU. (a) the development, proclamation and follow-up of the implementation of minimum standards and guidelines for access to facilities and services accessible or provided to the public; (The signatories are countries or regional integration organizations that are signatories to the convention and its optional protocol) United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). Tables and information on countries ratified by signature, confirmation, membership and ratification.
(h) encourage the design, development, production and dissemination of early-stage information and communication technologies and systems, so that these technologies and systems become accessible at minimal cost. 4. States parties make their reports available to the public in their own countries and facilitate access to general proposals and recommendations relating to these reports. (y) convinced that a comprehensive and integrated international convention for the promotion and protection of the rights and dignity of persons with disabilities will make a significant contribution to the elimination of serious social discrimination suffered by people with disabilities and will promote their participation in the civil, political, economic, social and cultural sectors, with equal opportunities in both developing and developed countries. , the Committee`s general observations and final observations on each state report to the Committee reveal areas of convergence and differences of opinion among the eighteen experts, for example. B in general commentary on inclusive education and independent living. [Clarification needed]   In its short existence, the Committee issued seven general observations as of August 19, 2020[update] and more than 100 final observations on state reports.