Rosemary Murray 29th June 2006
Disabled Children & Young
Peoples Participation Project
authority to ensure that Local and Regional Policy makers adapt appropriate measures in their agency to enable Disabled Children and Young People to have their say. (Articles 12 & 13 UNCRC)
Influence Governments signed up to the UNCRC to ensure that they listen to and take seriously the voice of Disabled Children and Young People
The UNCRC must exercise authority to ensure that all Governments take seriously and implement the Rights of the Child in Children’s Services Planning and allocate sufficient funding accordingly. This should include specific funding for all disability needs.
Articles 12 &13 UNCRC should be reflected in Articles 3,5,615,16,17,18,20,23,24,25,2627,28,29,31 to ensure equality of life for disabled children and young people.
The UNCRC must exercise its power to ensure that no Disabled Child or Young Person should live in discomfort, depressed, lonely, and unfulfilled or without dignity due to inappropriate or insufficient Service Planning or Service Provision.