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Display name Treaties Countries Symbols Date of adoption of the Views Issues Articles Communications Type Of Decisions
I.D.G. CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/55/D/2/2014
    17 Jun 2015
  • admissibility - ratione temporis
  • effective remedy
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • CESCR-2-1
  • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
  • 002/2014
Adoption of views
V.T.F and A.F.L CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/56/D/6/2015
    • admissibility - ratione materiae
    • admissibility - ratione temporis
    • social security rights
    • CESCR-7-a-ii
    • CESCR-9
    • CESCR-OP-2
    • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
    • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
    • 006/2015
    Inadmissibility decision
    L.A.M.C. CESCR
    • Spain
    • E/C.12/56/D/8/2015
      • admissibility - ratione materiae
      • admissibility - ratione temporis
      • social security rights
      • CESCR-7-a-ii
      • CESCR-9
      • CESCR-OP-2
      • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
      • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
      • 008/2015
      Inadmissibility decision
      López Rodríguez CESCR
      • Spain
      • E/C.12/57/D/1/2013
        • admissibility - ratione temporis
        • discrimination - legal obligations
        • equality before the law
        • individual communications procedure, deadline for submission
        • pension rights
        • social security rights
        • CESCR-2-2
        • CESCR-9
        • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
        • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
        • 001/2013
        Adoption of views
        F.G.M. et al CESCR
        • Spain
        • E/C.12/57/D/11/2015
          • admissibility - ratione materiae
          • admissibility - ratione temporis
          • social security rights
          • work-employment rights
          • CESCR-7-a-ii
          • CESCR-9
          • CESCR-OP-2
          • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
          • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
          • 011/2015
          Inadmissibility decision
          A.M.B. CESCR
          • Ecuador
          • E/C.12/58/D/3/2014
            • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
            • admissibility - ratione temporis
            • best interests of the child
            • cultural rights
            • discrimination
            • education
            • special measures
            • CESCR-10-3
            • CESCR-13-1
            • CESCR-15-1-a
            • CESCR-2-2
            • CESCR-4
            • CESCR-OP-3-1
            • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
            • 003/2014
            Inadmissibility decision
            J.M.R.H. et al CESCR
            • Spain
            • E/C.12/58/D/12/2016
              • admissibility - ratione materiae
              • admissibility - ratione temporis
              • social security rights
              • CESCR-7-a-ii
              • CESCR-9
              • CESCR-OP-2
              • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
              • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
              • 012/2016
              Inadmissibility decision
              E.C.P. et al CESCR
              • Spain
              • E/C.12/58/D/13/2016
                • admissibility - ratione materiae
                • admissibility - ratione temporis
                • social security rights
                • CESCR-7-a-ii
                • CESCR-9
                • CESCR-OP-2
                • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
                • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
                • 013/2016
                Inadmissibility decision
                Merino Sierra et al. CESCR
                • Spain
                • E/C.12/59/D/4/2014
                  • admissibility - ratione temporis
                  • another procedure of international investigation or settlement
                  • health rights
                  • medical treatment
                  • CESCR-12-1
                  • CESCR-12-2-d
                  • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
                  • CESCR-OP-3-2-c
                  • 004/2014
                  Inadmissibility decision

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