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Beasley v Australia, Admissibility and merits, UN Doc CRPD/C/15/D/11/2013, Communication No 11/2013, IHRL 4017 (CRPD 2016), 1st April 2016, United Nations [UN]; Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities [CRPD]

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Whether the refusal to provide reasonable accommodation in the form sign language interpretation or real-time steno-captioning to enable the participation of deaf people in jury duty, constituted a breach of the rights to equality and non-discrimination, access to justice, freedom of expression, and participation in public life, as guaranteed under Articles 5, 13, 21, and 29 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

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