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2013/28. Mainstreaming disability in the development agenda: towards 2015 and beyond (2013)

ECOSOC UN and WHO Resolutions and Declarations Resolutions and Declarations on Disability Resolution

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The Economic and Social Council...

12. Urges the United Nations to enhance partnerships for international
cooperation between the United Nations system and regional and subregional
organizations and to enhance its role in forging partnerships with a wide range of
stakeholders, in particular with Member States, organizations of persons with
disabilities and the private sector, to provide opportunities and forums, within
existing resources, for promoting linkages between disability and the mainstream
development agenda;

13. Encourages Member States, the United Nations system, within its
existing resources, and other stakeholders to improve data and statistics on
disability, taking into account existing guidelines published by the United Nations,
as a basis for enhancing evidence-based policymaking and to share good practices
and experiences in order to overcome barriers and further advance disabilityinclusive