The Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities has posted Reporting Guidelines on the UN website, at http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/HRBodies/CRPD/CRPD-C-2-3.pdf
The Reporting Guidelines advise States Parties to the treaty what information the Committee expects them to provide in their periodic reports, the first of which are due in 2010 for states that ratified the Convention in 2008.
The Guidelines indicate that the Committee is concerned about protecting the rights to legal capacity, liberty and integrity of the person, including freedom from forced treatment, disability-based detention and substituted decision-making.
Users and survivors of psychiatry and our allies in countries that have ratified the CRPD and are due to report should refer to the Reporting Guidelines for their own shadow reports as well. (Any non-governmental organizations can make shadow reports to give the Committee a civil society perspective, when a government is due to report. The NGOs do not have to be formally registered.)