What does a high-level United Nations (UN) Convention regarding Human rights and operational protocol look like? Have a look at this Convention on
the Rights of Persons
with Disabilities and
Optional Protocol created by the United Nations.
This is a perfect example of a high-level government meeting overview, with a summary of what is agreed upon by the states and nations that are participating.
The following articles are included:
- General Principals
- General Obligations
- Women with disabilities
- Children with disabilities
- Right of Life
- Situations of risk and humanitarian emergencies
- Equal recognition before the law
- Access to justice
- Freedom from torture or cruel
- Freedom from exploitation, violence and abuse
- Protecting the integrity of the person
- Liberty of movement and nationality
This document is a very good template to study when you are working on high-level documentation. It follows a a compact and intelligent approach, includes protocols and definitions and summarizes all aspects around this topic that are important.
So if you are curious about what is agreed upon by UN nations regarding human rights, or if you want to find a great example of a Convention cover (Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Optional Protocol), then download this document for your convenience.