عنوان مقاله [English]
Right to family is a fundamental right for all human beings which is also considered for persons with disabilities according to the right-based approach. The concept includes right to marry, family life and childbirth. With regard to the disabled physical, mental and psychological status, it is important to recognize and guarantee such right. This article seeks to answer this critical question that which international instruments have recognized the right to family for persons with disabilities and what are the challenges in family life of such people. This article, using a descriptive-analytic method and by investigating several international instruments reveals that this right has been recognized in the international human rights, treaties, interpretive theories and reports and governments are bound to implement these rights. The disabled face numerous challenges including poverty, isolation, limited socializing, experiencing no sexual relationship and childbirth as well as violence and harassment due to the poor social service and enjoying no benefit from their own legal rights.