Alliance for Peace & Disability Rights (APDR) is a not for profit voluntary organization registered in  Pakistan under the Pakistan’s Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860,  registration number 2388/5/6723 and in the United Kingdom as a company limited by guarantee (Number 07247672). APDR is working to promote peace and tolerance in the society, protect human rights and improve the living standards of disabled and other vulnerable people of the society.

ADPR works with other local, national and international organisation for greater human rights in the society. Membership is available to voluntary and community groups throughout the country. Membership is free and offers access to a range of services including monthly online information, funding advice and guidance. APDR plays a key role in linking the public and private sectors with the voluntary and community sector to create greater understandings about grassroots social issues and to provide a window of opportunity to shape innovative ways in addressing these problems.
APDR is a full member of International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA), International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), Abolition 2000, International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
and Control Arms Coalition

           
    




Children at Risk
  • Urgent action needed to protect these children

    According to Save the Children, about 8 million children are directly affected by the recent floods in Pakistan. Children are suffering from extreme poverty, hunger and malnutrition.


  • Rehabilitation of Disabled

    According the the 1998 statistics, there were 3,286,630 people with disabilities comprising 2.49 % of the total population of the country. Disabled peole suffer from relative invisibility and tend to be viewed as subject of protection, treatment and assistance rather than subjects of rights. Disabled people face all kinds of barriers when it comes to employment, education and health care. It’s therefore vital that the rights of these people be realised.


LETS CELEBRATE ABILITY
 
The International Day of Persons with Disabilities is celebrated to raise awareness about disability rights around the world. This year's theme is "break barriers, open doors: for an inclusive society for all." Join Hands with APDR to raise awareness about disability rights in Pakistan and around the world.
UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability:
Pakistan has signed the UN Convention on The Rights of Disabled on 25th September 2008 and has ratified it on 5th July 2011. We need actions to implement the UN convention on the rights of persons with disability in Pakistan.
Status of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD):
153 countries signed
108 countries ratified
The optional protocol:
90 countries signed
63 countries ratified

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