Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities




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Educational background:


  • 1993 Second State Examination in Law, State of Hesse , Germany

  • 1992 Legal Dissertation at Johann –Wolfgang- Goethe University of Frankfurt, Faculty of Law, Germany

  • 1990 Master of Laws, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, USA

  • 1986 First State Examination in Law, Johann –Wolfgang- Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany

Other main activities in the field relevant to the mandate of the treaty body concerned:


  • Teaching and training : Extensive experience in teaching and training in and outside universities in Germany, Finland, Ireland, Japan, South Africa, The Netherlands, USA on international human rights, gender issues (i.e. sexual violence), disability issues and bioethics

  • Consulting/ advisory service: Considerable experience as legal consultant /expert to the United Nations, European Union, German Government and German Legislator, and to various (international) non-governmental organizations

  • Research & Writing: 20 years of experience in research and writing with more than 60 publications

  • Management and leadership: Extensive experience in management and leadership as project director (1994/95) chair of research project ( 2003-2006), staff supervisor ( since 1998) and conference organizer (1981 / 1994 / 2000/ 2005)

  • Speaker: Comprehensive experience as keynote speaker at more than 90 conferences in over 20 different countries: Austria, Australia, Canada, China, Belgium, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, UK, and USA

  • International experience: Over four years experience of living and working abroad in the USA (1986/87 and 1999/2000) in French-speaking Switzerland (1991) in the Netherlands (1994/95) and in South Africa (2004/2005)

  • Personal experience with disability: armless since birth


Awards:

  • 2005 Federal Cross of Merit with Ribbon of Germany

  • 2003 Second Prize of “Courage 2003”, Readers survey of PARTIZIP and KOBINET (two disability magazines) on efforts for equal rights for disabled persons.

List of most recent publications in the field (selection):

  • Degener, Th. (2001) Disabled Women and International Human Rights. In: Askin, Kelly D./ Koenig, Dorean M.: Women and International Human Rights Law. Vol.3, Ardsley. N.Y.: Transnational, p. 267 – 293

  • Quinn, Gerard /Degener, Th. (2002) Human rights and disability: The current use and future potential of United Nations human rights instruments in the context of disability, OHCHR, United Nations, New York and Geneva (U.N. Sales No: E.02.XIV.6)

  • Degener Th. (2005) Disability Discrimination Law: A Global Comparative Approach. In: Lawson, Anna / Gooding, Caroline (eds.) Disability Rights in Europe: from Theory to Practice, Oxford and Portland: Hart, S. 87 – 106

  • Degener, Th (2006) The Definition of Disability in (German and) International Discrimination Law. In: Disability Studies Quaterly, Vol 26 No 2 Spring 2006, (online)

  • Degener, Th. (2006) Menschenrechtsschutz für behinderte Menschen. Vom Entstehen einer neuen Menschenrechtskonvention der Vereinten Nationen. in: Vereinte Nationen, 3/06 s. 104-110.

  • Degener Theresia (2008) „Zur Erforderlichkeit der Ausdifferenzierung des Diskriminierungsverbots“ in Klein, Eckart, Menke, Christoph (Hrsg.) Universalität – Schutzmechanismen – Diskriminierungsverbote, Menschenrechtszentrums der Universität Potsdam Band 30, Berlin: BWW, S. 373 – 395

  • Jahn, Christian / Degener, Theresia (2008) Umsetzung der VN –Konvention über die Rechte von Menschen mit Behinderungen im Rahmen der deutschen Entwicklungszusammenarbeit. Eine Zusammenfassung der Studie. GTZ, Systeme der Sozialen Sicherheit, im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung, Eschborn, Oktober 2008.

  • Degener, Th. (2009) Welche legislativen Herausforderungen bestehen in Bezug auf die nationale Implementierung der UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention in Bund und Ländern? In: Behindertenrecht 02/2009 S. 34-52

  • Degener, Theresia (2009) Die UN – Behindertenrechtskonvention als Inklusionsmotor, in: Recht der Jugend und des Bildungswesens 2/2009 S. 200 – 219.

  • Degener, Theresia (2009) Die neue UN- Behindertenrechtskonvention aus der Perspektive der Disability Studies. In: Behindertenpädagogik 3/2009, S. 263 – 283.



Carlos Ríos Espinosa (México)

Datos biográficos de los candidatos a puestos en órganos creados en virtud de tratados

Apellidos y nombre :Carlos Ríos Espinosa

Lugar y fecha de nacimiento : México, Distrito Federal

Idiomas de trabajo : Español, Inglés

Cargo o función actual: Consejero de la Comisión de Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal y Coordinador de Derechos Humanos y Justicia Penal.

Principales actividades profesionales: (10 líneas máximo)

Coordinación de los trabajos de redacción de los Códigos Procesales en materia penal en diversos estados de México. Elaboración e instrumentación de programas de capacitación en derechos humanos para organizaciones de la sociedad civil y para funcionarios encargados de hacer cumplir la ley. Participación en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal estableciendo lineamientos generales de actuación del ombudsman del Distrito Federal y haciendo revisiones de las recomendaciones no vinculatorias que emite el organismo.

Títulos académicos: (5 líneas máximo)

Licenciado en Derecho (Universidad Iberoamericana)

Licenciado en Filosofía (Universidad La Salle)

Maestro en Sistemas Penales Comparados (Universidad de Barcelona)

Candidato al Doctorado en Filosofía (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

Otras actividades principales en el campo relacionado con el órgano correspondiente: (10 líneas máximo)

Análisis de programas y legislación sobre discapacidad actualmente en vigor en México. Impartición de talleres y conferencias a organizaciones de la sociedad civil sobre el tema de discapacidad y derechos humanos. Participación en foros de discusión sobre los alcances de la nueva Convención sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad.

Propuesta de lineamientos y políticas generales en materia de derechos humanos en el seno del Consejo de la Comisión de Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal.

Publicaciones más recientes en ese campo: (5 líneas máximo)

Programa Nacional para el Desarrollo de las Personas con Discapacidad: correspondencia entre diagnóstico y acciones. En “DFensor”, Revista de Difusión de la Comisión de Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal, septiembre de 2009.

Todos somos incapaces. Reflexiones sobre el artículo 12 de la Convención sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad. En “DFensor”, Revista de Difusión de la Comisión de Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal, noviembre de 2007.



Gábor Gombos (Hungary)

Personal data

Name and first name: Gábor Gombos

Date and place of birth: 08.08.1961., Pécs, Hungary

Address: H-1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 27/B., Hungary

E-mail: ggombos@mdac.info

Mobile: (+36 30) 288 1819

Working languages English (fluent), Hungarian (fluent), Russian (good)

Current position/function

2009- Co-Chair, World Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry, Odense, Denmark

2009- Editor of “Fogyatékosság és Társadalom” (Disability and Society), the first Hungarian periodical on Disability Studies

2006- Senior Advocacy Officer, Mental Disability Advocacy Center, Budapest

2004-2006 Advocacy Coordinator, Mental Disability Advocacy Center, Budapest

2004- Deputy Chair, European Network of (ex-)Users and Survivors of Psychiatry, Berlin

Main professional activities

2009-2010 Facilitator of the Hungarian Disability Caucus Alternative Country Report on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Budapest

2008 Six months program in India to catalyse disability self-advocacy and promote the implementation of CRPD in India

2007-2009 Civil society expert negotiator at the Ministry of Justice consultations on the new Civil Code of Hungary, Budapest

2006-2009 Co-facilitator of a civil society coalition working on the new legal capacity legislation and implementation of CRPD article 12, Budapest

2004-2005 Temporary advisor, WHO European Regional Office, participation in drafting the WHO European Ministerial Declaration and Action Plan on Mental Health, Copenhagen

2004 Member of the drafting group of the Ministerial Decree on the prohibition of the use of caged beds in psychiatric facilities

2003-2006 Representative of the International Disability Caucus at the UN Ad Hoc Committee on a Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)

2000-2006 Member of the Human Rights Standing Committee of the European Disability Forum, Brussels

2000-2003 Member of a fact finding mission by the Mental Disability Rights International (Washington DC) in Kosovo

Educational background

1996 Accredited course on dyscalculia at the Eötvös Loránd University, Bárczi Gusztáv College on Special Education, Budapest

1986 MSc in physics, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Sciences, Budapest

Other main activities

2010 Research on institutionalization/deinstitutionalization of persons with disabilities in Hungary

2009 Co-organization of the World Congress of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry (member of the International Disability Alliance), Kampala, Uganda

2009- Member of the Board of Directors of the Hungarian Soteria Foundation (for persons with psychosocial disability), Budapest

2008- Research on the negotiation history of the CRPD

2005-2007 Research on the human rights of children and adolescents in special children homes in Hungary

2003-2005 Guest lecturer at the Central European University (Course on mental disability law and advocacy)

2001-2003 Research on the human rights in child mental health services in Hungary

2001- Fellow of the Ashoka Innovators for the Public

2000- One of the human rights defenders in the human rights educational and awareness raising project “Speak Truth to Power”

1999-2001 Research on the human rights in long term mental health social care institutions in Hungary

List of recent publications

  • - Catalysing Self-Advocacy: an Experiment in India, with Amita Dhanda, Bapu Trust, Pune, India, 2009

  • - Human rights in special homes for children with psychiatric disabilities, co-author, Hungarian Mental Health Interest Forum, 2007

  • - Human Rights in child mental health, editor and main author, Hungarian Mental Health Interest Forum, 2003 (also published in the periodical Family, Child, Youth 2003/6)

  • - Not on the Agenda: Human Rights of People with Mental Disabilities in Kosovo, Mental Disability Rights International, Washington DC, 2003

  • - Think Globally, Act Locally: Making and Implementing the Disability Rights Convention, with Amita Dhanda, accepted book proposal, Oxford University Press



Fatiha Hadj Salah (Algeria)

Civil Status:

Name: Hadj Sakah spouse Merah

First name : Fatiha

Date and place of birth : 27 May 1942 in Oran

Marital Status: Married+ four (4) children

Function: - Professor of medicine

  • - Head of department of forensic –Teaching hospital Beni-Messous , Algiers

  • - Expert attached to tribunals

Diploma

1970- Doctor of medicine, Faculty of medecine of Algiers.

1970- Certificate of specialized studies in occupational medicine,

Faculty of medicine of Algiers.

1973- Certificate of specialized studies in forensic medicine,

Faculty of medicine of Algiers.

1983- Certificate of medical studies to legal redress of physical damage-Paris.

1983- Certificate of demography studies, economy of health and social security –Paris.

1985- Doctor in medical sciences, Faculty of medicine of Algiers.

University activities

1973- Assistant lecturer in forensic medicine-Faculty of medicine of Algiers.

1985-Doctor in forensic medicine-Faculty of medicine of Algiers.

1993- Professor in forensic medicine-Faculty of medicine of Algiers.

  • theoretical and practical teaching related to matters of forensic medicine, medical Law, medical deontology and ethic to students of medicine.

  • training of specialists in forensic medicine.

  • Chairwoman of many national examining boards of 1st year specialists of forensic medicine and DEMS of forensic medicine.

  • Member of recruitment examinations of assistant lecturers of Algiers.

  • Member of scientific board of forensic department of Algiers.

  • Member of disciplinary committee of forensic department of Algiers.

  • 1991-2009- Professor in High School of Magistracy – Teaching forensic medicine to magistrates student.

  • 2009- Chairwoman of national committee of pedagogy in forensic medicine (CPNS).

Hospital Activities

1970-1973- Doctor in the department of occupational medicine Algiers.

1973-1979- Doctor at the central drugstore- Algiers.

1979-1983- Assistant lecturer in forensic medicine at teaching hospital-Algiers.

1983-2009- Head of department of forensic in the teaching hospital-Beni Messous.

  • -medical and judicial examinations

  • -medical and judicial expertises

  • -thanatology activities: medical and judicial post mortem

  • -unity of penitentiary medicine : hospitalization of prisoners for specialized care

  • -examination of medical law and ethics

  • -Unity of psychotherapy for victims of violence

1983-2009- sworn doctor expert attached to the court of Algiers.

Scientific society

  • Member of international academy of forensic medicine.

  • Member of board of directors of the Mediterranean society of forensic medicine.

  • project creation of the Algerian society of medical and judicial sciences and ethics.

  • Organization of scientific days on medical law and ethics in teaching hospital- Beni Messous Algiers.

  • Participation to organized seminars by doctors of the world dealing with violence towards women and children.

Publications and communications

  • Author and co-author of more than 200 communications, lectures dealing with:

  • The field of judicial forensic medicine.

  • Violence: Child abuse, conjugal violence and sexual violence.

  • The taking and the transplant of organs.

  • Medical responsibility.

  • The teaching of medical ethics.

  • Judicial redress of physical damage.

  • The rights of the sick.

  • Participation to international congresses (conferences) and days of forensic medicine, medical law and ethics in Algeria, France, Spain, Belgium, Tunisia, Morocco, Senegal, Portugal, Italy, etc…

  • Participation to seminars of continuous training of doctors dealing with the themes of medical law, ethic of medicine in Algiers, Oran, Constantine, Annaba, Setif, Biskra, Chlef, Mostaganem, Tamanrasset, Ghardaїa, Tiaret etc…
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