Witchcraft and the human rights of persons with albinism 2017, para. 66
Measures identified can be implemented by integrating them into existing, broader frameworks, including laws and policies to implement the rights of persons with disabilities, on access to health, on the rights of women and children, on access to justice services, on victim support services and to eliminate racial discrimination (including discrimination based on colour). Such measures should be extended to the family members of persons with albinism and, in particular, to mothers of children with albinism and women generally. At the same time, specific measures of protection and anti-discrimination for persons with albinism should also be carried out where possible, particularly in countries affected by attacks against persons with albinism and where neglect of this group has been historical and dire.
Non-negotiated soft law
Independent Expert on the enjoyment of human rights by persons with albinism
Special Procedures' report
Means of adoption
Equality & Inclusion
Persons with disabilities
IE Albinism, Report to the HRC (2017), A/HRC/34/59, para. 66.