Rights of persons with disabilities, transition from institutional to community-based care and support services, situation of informal carers, human rights approach in long-term care, quality in social services
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Birtha, M., Rodrigues, R., Zólyomi, E., Sandu, V. & Schulmann, K. (2019). From disability rights towards a rights-based approach to long-term care in Europe: Building an index of rights-based policies for older people. Vienna: European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research.
Birtha, M. & Holm, K., (2017). Who cares? Study on the challenges and needs of family carers in Europe. COFACE Report.
Kozma, Á., Petri, G., Balogh, A. & Birtha, M. (2016). The role of EU funding in deinstitutionalisation (DI) in Hungary and the experiences of the DI programme so far. Report for Open Society Foundation.
Birtha, M. (2014). A chance to pioneer or a lost opportunity?: Monitoring disability rights effectively and independently in the EU in line with Article 33 of the UN CRPD. In: European Yearbook of Disability Law, Volume 5, Intersentia.
Birtha, M. (2013). Nothing about CRPD monitoring without us – case study on the disability movement’s involvement in policy-making in Zambia, In: African Disability Rights Yearbook, University of Pretoria.
Birtha, M. (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019). Rapporteur of the Work Forum on the Implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the EU and the Member States organised by the European Commission.