Top of page
Events

QSCCB organizes seminar on “Law on Protection of Persons with Disabilities”

rear side audiences sitting listening speackers stage

Doha – Qatar Social and Cultural Center for the Blind (QSCCB) has organized a seminar on “Law on the Protection of Persons with Disabilities” in cooperation with the Department of Psychological Sciences in Qatar University as part of QSCCB celebration of the White Cane Day.

During the seminar which presented by QSCCB Chairman Faisal Al-Kohaji, the lecturer addressed the definition of disability and its divisions, which are in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), identify their legal classifications, legal capacity, their relationship with persons with disabilities, their availability, and the forms of protection prescribed for them, pointing out that caring for people with disabilities is one of the most important criteria for the progress and development of nations, and the issue of persons with disabilities has become one of the most important issues in contemporary countries and international organizations.

For more information, visit www.blind.gov.qa/en

You might also like

gavel Shadowy, moody shot of a legal concept gavel Shadowy, moody shot of a legal concept

California Attorney and Filer of ADA lawsuits pleads guilty to filing false tax return

A California attorney and filer of thousands of disability discrimination…

blind student reading using Orbit Braille Reader blind student reading using Orbit Braille Reader

DOJ secures agreement with UC, Berkeley to make online content accessible

The Justice Department announced on November 21 that it has…

Disability Law book and stethoscope on the desk. Disability Law book and stethoscope on the desk.

New disability legislation to be drafted

The Tasmanian Liberal Government is committed to working with persons…

Gavel and law books Gavel and law books

Have your say on Ageing and Disability Commissioner legislation

“The NSW Government first introduced this legislation in 2019 to…