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Display name Treaties Countries Symbols Date of adoption of the Views Issues Articles Communications Type Of Decisions
I.P.W.F. CAT
  • Australia
  • CAT/C/63/D/618/2014
    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
    • non-refoulement
    • CAT-22
    • CAT-3
    • 618/2014
    Admissibility decision
    E.O.S. CAT
    • Canada
    • CAT/C/63/D/621/2014
      • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
      • admissibility - incompatibility
      • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
      • non-refoulement
      • CAT-22
      • CAT-3
      • 621/2014
      Admissibility decision
      Z.A. et al. CAT
      • Sweden
      • CAT/C/63/D/732/2016
        • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
        • non-refoulement
        • CAT-3
        • 732/2016
        Admissibility decision
        X. CAT
        • Switzerland
        • CAT/C/63/D/704/2015
          • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
          • non-refoulement
          • CAT-22
          • CAT-3
          • 704/2015
          Admissibility decision
          U.A. CAT
          • Canada
          • CAT/C/63/D/767/2016
            • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
            • admissibility - incompatibility
            • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
            • non-refoulement
            • CAT-22
            • CAT-3
            • 767/2016
            Admissibility decision
            H.A. and G.H. CAT
            • Netherlands
            • CAT/C/63/D/719/2015
              • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
              • non-refoulement
              • torture prevention
              • CAT-22
              • CAT-3
              • 719/2015
              Admissibility decision
              Fermín Navarro Presentación y Juana Medina Pascual CRC
              • Spain
              • CRC/C/81/D/19/2017
                • birth registration
                • children, adoption
                • right to identity
                • separation of children from parents
                • CRC-21
                • CRC-35
                • CRC-7
                • CRC-8
                • CRC-9
                • 019/2017
                Inadmissibility decision
                E.H.R.S., A.I.R.S., y A.H.R.S CRC
                • Argentina
                • CRC/C/85/D/90/2019
                  • best interests of the child
                  • birth registration
                  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
                  • family rights
                  • right to life
                  • CRC-12-1
                  • CRC-12-2
                  • CRC-16
                  • CRC-27
                  • CRC-3-1
                  • CRC-37
                  • CRC-6
                  • CRC-7
                  • CRC-8
                  • CRC-9-1
                  • CRC-9-2
                  • 090/2019
                  Discontinuance decision
                  A.B CRC
                  • Spain
                  • CRC/C/85/D/111/2020
                    • best interests of the child
                    • discrimination on the ground of birth
                    • education
                    • CRC-2
                    • CRC-28
                    • CRC-29
                    • CRC-3
                    • 111/2020
                    Discontinuance decision
                    K.S.G. CRC
                    • Spain
                    • CRC/C/85/D/92/2019
                      • best interests of the child
                      • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
                      • freedom of opinion and expression
                      • protection of the law
                      • right to life
                      • CRC-12
                      • CRC-19
                      • CRC-3
                      • CRC-34
                      • CRC-6
                      • CRC-9
                      • 092/2019
                      Inadmissibility decision

                      *This database is based on a database designed and developed by the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) of Utrecht University which has agreed to make its database available to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.