On this page I am linking two sets of indicators that can be useful to you in assessing law reform and policy reform, and to some extent may also be useful in assessing alternatives.

The first is the updated Reporting Guidelines of the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.  This of course has the advantage of being an authoritative position of the Committee that monitors compliance with the Convention.  It upholds the absolute prohibition and is worth using as a tool and reference in your shadow reporting and advocacy.

The second is a set of indicators developed through the Absolute Prohibition campaign group.  We hope it may be useful as a complement to the authoritative CRPD guidelines, as a document from a specifically user/survivor/psychosocial disability perspective, and welcome feedback for continual improvement.  Here in pdf: CHRUSP_AP_CRPD_Indicators_032817 and word: CHRUSP_AP_CRPD_Indicators_032817.