Based on issues raised by clients but also based on research, ongoing studies, ADRF has initiated, lobbied and advocated for improved policies and legislation in the field of accessibility, inclusive education, electoral processes, employment for people with disabilities, services social, social assistance, etc. The ADRF has influenced the drafting and approval of the first Comprehensive National Strategy for Disability in 2005 and has lobbied the government for further signing in cooperation with the UNDP for the ratification of the KNDPAK in 2012. More than 25 legal and sub-legal acts such as even political documents related mainly to disability rights have been improved due to the lobbying and advocacy efforts of the ADRF.

Some of the main legal proposals have aimed and addressed the drafting and amendment of the legal and political framework in the following areas:

 (a) Accessibility: Through an ongoing advocacy process, launched since 2002, the ADRF has influenced the drafting and approval of a number of political and legal documents that guarantee the right of access of persons with disabilities to physical facilities, in transport, information and communication. The advocacy campaign and legal expertise have prompted the drafting and approval of the (a) Urban and Architectural Norm Package Package (approved by the Territorial Regulation Council in December 2003); Architectural, approved by the Council of Ministers in June 2004; (c) The law on territorial planning, adopted in 2009; (d) Regulation on the Utilization of Spaces by Persons with Disabilities. The document was adopted in November 2009; (e) Law on Inclusion and Accessibility;

(b) Inclusive Education: Article 57 of the Normative Provisions for Pre-University Education for Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities (September 2002); Legal Expertise, Lobbying and Advocacy through the Coalition for Disability and Development Coalition, Albania together with Save the Children, on the Law on Pre-University Education adopted in 2012, guaranteeing comprehensive education for children with disabilities;

 (c) Participation in civil and political life; The amendments proposed by the ADRF for the Electoral Code are partially reflected in Articles 100, 108, 103 (amendments made in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2012);

 (e) Employment: Amendments to the Basic Law on Employment Promotion (2019), Labor Code, drafting and approval of secondary legislation affecting the employment of persons with disabilities (DCM 248 pursuant to the Law on Promotion of Employment ); Laws promoting the employment of persons with disabilities mentioned the Law on Social Assistance and Services and the Law on Social Assistance 2019;

(f) The rights of children with disabilities: The ADRF has influenced the inclusion of the rights of children with disabilities in the disability agenda and the agenda of the government and civil society with a focus on children at the national and local levels. ADRF has advocated at the local and national level the implementation of specific and comprehensive approaches to guarantee the rights of children with disabilities, more specifically has influenced the drafting and approval of Law no. 18/2017 on the rights and protection of the child and in the National Agenda for the Rights of the Child 2017-2020

(g) Rights of girls and women with disabilities: Through advocacy ADRF has promoted gender equality, empowering girls and women with disabilities and helping them to take a leading role in defining important public issues in partnership with representatives of state institutions and civil society. Issues of violence against girls and women with disabilities are included in Law no. 47/2018, "On measures against domestic violence", as amended in the National Strategy for Gender Equality and Action Plan 2016-2020

In 2003-2005, the ADRF played an essential role in promoting and guaranteeing the drafting and approval of the National Strategy for Persons with Disabilities, as a comprehensive and inclusive policy, to guarantee the fundamental rights of persons with disabilities. . ADRF had a coordinating role in ensuring the involvement of a large number of individuals, groups, organizations and institutions in this process. The National Strategy for Persons with Disabilities and the Action Plan 2005-2015 aimed to improve living conditions for people with disabilities in the areas of education, employment, ancillary services and unimpeded living. For the first time, the strategy is to create and guarantee the fundamental rights of people with disabilities.

ADRF is actively involved in drafting the National Action Plan for Persons with Disabilities 2016-2020 and in drafting and approving many political and legal documents, including the Constitutional Reform, the Political Document on Social Inclusion 2016-2020, the Law on Aid. Legal, Housing Law, Standards of Services, Standards for Care in Day Care and Residential Centers for Persons with Disabilities; Community service standards for people with disabilities, etc.