Sweden signed the UN CRPD in 2007 without reservations concerning Article 12 and ratified it in 2008. The state has also chosen to sign and ratify the Optional Protocol to the Convention, which allows submitting individual complaints against Sweden to the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. One of the significant legislative changes introduced after the adoption of the UN CRPD is the new form of discrimination against persons with disabilities. The functions of this organisation include the promotion of respect and awareness of the rights of persons with disabilities and acting for their full participation in society. As to budgetary spending, it is difficult to estimate the exact amount related to realising the rights of persons with disabilities. The analysis in this chapter indicates that Sweden has not been extensively focusing on the implementation of Article 12 of the UN CRPD, foremost because the government's inquiry indicated that the state is compliant with the treaty.