The deputy human rights directorate of Iran's ministry of foreign affairs, invited to the UN at the invitation of the United Nations as speaker and panelist, presented two proposals to the United Nations, both of which were welcomed by the chairman of the commission for social development.
Afarineshebartar- The Deputy Human Rights Directorate of Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, invited to the UN at the invitation of the United Nations as speaker and panelist, presented two proposals to the United Nations, both of which were welcomed by the chairman of the commission for social development. The deputy director of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Office of human rights has suggested that the United Nations agrees to create disability-friendly communities, the world prize for successful innovators for the access to disabled persons. Mesbah Ansari deputy of the state department of human right who was invited to UN headquarters in New York as a speaker at the United Nations Commission on Human Settlement, While presenting his speech at the end of the commission, he presented two proposals to the United Nations, both of which were welcomed by the chairman of the Commission for Social Development. At the beginning of his speech, the deputy director of the Human Rights Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Nations called on the United Nations as the speaker and panelist to address the delay in the issuance of the visa that delayed the speeches to the last session of the commission. Subsequently, he presented the charts describing the global situation of people with disabilities in achieving sustainable development goals, especially in developed countries, by emphasizing the preparation and completion of accurate and accurate statistics on the state of disability in countries by governments and relevant agencies. In his speech, Ansari emphasized the importance of international cooperation, as well as taking into account the cultural and national characteristics of each country in order to change the minds of people with disabilities, in line with the rest of the community, in all aspects of human development as an integral part of sustainable development. At the conclusion of his speech, he presented two proposals to the United Nations that was welcomed by the head of the 53rd session of the Commission for Social Development. The first proposal was to designate a United Nations prize for successful models for the inclusive societies of the disabled and a second prize for successful innovators in access to disabled people and the creation of accessible cities for disabled people, both of which were approved at the same meeting and reappointed by the head of the fifty-sixth United Nations Commission on Social Development