Interesting post on the timeline of an investigation by the UN Disability Rights Committee into the UK; well worth a read.
There’s been lots of back and forth on Twitter and elsewhere regarding the rumoured Inquiry by the UN Disability Rights Committee into the UK, and in particular the confidentiality of the Inquiry procedure.
First of all, an ex Committee member Gabor Gambos announced that there was to be an Inquiry when speaking at the National University of Ireland in Galway School of Disability Law and Policy Summer School back in June. He did not say what the Inquiry was about, only that had been launched. The Secretariat of the UN Committee will not confirm or deny the Inquiry because it considers itself to be subject to confidentiality and presumably that confidentiality extends even to the question of whether or not an inquiry is taking place at all. So there is no official notice that an Inquiry is taking place and no information at all in the public domain about what…
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