Welcome to the Disability Rights Resource Network (DRRN)! First launched in 2015 and further revamped in early 2017, DRRN is an initiative of the Centre for Comparative and Public Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong to facilitate, support and advance the exchange of knowledge and practice of disability rights in the China and Asia region by disseminating and sharing information on research, policies, advocacy and implementation strategies related to disability rights at the international, regional and domestic levels. Our purpose is to serve the information needs of individuals and groups engaged in disability rights in China, as well as those around the world who have an interest in disability rights in the region. On a broader aspect, the resources on our website would also be useful to anyone interested in the study of disability rights and the international, regional and national framework related to the monitoring and implementation of those rights. We hope this website will provide an informative and interactive platform for interested parties to share their knowledge and experience. We work closely with our partner organizations and civil society groups to identify the key issues in disability rights. Our current focus is to develop resources and increase awareness in the following four priority areas: inclusive education, legal capacity, reasonable accommodation and supported employment.
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