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Display name Treaties Countries Symbols Date of adoption Issues Articles Communications Type Of Decisions
Natalia Ciobanu CEDAW
  • Republic of Moldova
  • CEDAW/C/74/D/104/2016
    04 Nov 2019
  • discrimination against women
  • gender-based violence
  • CEDAW-11-2-C
  • CEDAW-3
  • 104/2016
Adoption of views
Q.A. CCPR
  • Sweden
  • CCPR/C/127/D/3070/2017
    30 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • non-refoulement
  • right to life
  • torture
  • CCPR-18
  • CCPR-6
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • 3070/2017
Adoption of views
Zinaida Mukhortova CCPR
  • Kazakhstan
  • CCPR/C/127/D/2920/2016
    28 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • arbitrary arrest - detention
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • freedom of expression
  • CCPR-14
  • CCPR-18
  • CCPR-19
  • CCPR-2
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-9
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2920/2016
Adoption of views
Midiam Iricelda Valdez Cantú et al. CCPR
  • Mexico
  • CCPR/C/127/D/2766/2016
    24 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • effective remedy
  • liberty of person
  • privacy
  • recognition as a person before the law
  • right to life
  • security of person
  • torture
  • CCPR-10-1
  • CCPR-16
  • CCPR-17
  • CCPR-2-3
  • CCPR-6-1
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-9
  • 2766/2016
Adoption of views
Ioane Teitiota CCPR
  • New Zealand
  • CCPR/C/127/D/2728/2016
    24 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • admissibility - victim status
  • right to life
  • CCPR-6
  • CCPR-OP-1
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • 2728/2016
Adoption of views
Vladimir Vovchenko CCPR
  • Russian Federation
  • CCPR/C/127/D/2446/2014
    24 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • arbitrary arrest - detention
  • conditions of detention
  • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
  • freedom of movement - own country
  • CCPR-10
  • CCPR-12
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-9
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2446/2014
Adoption of views
D.N. CCPR
  • Canada
  • CCPR/C/127/D/2276/2013
    24 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • children rights
  • family rights
  • liberty of person
  • right to life
  • security of person
  • torture
  • CCPR-23
  • CCPR-24
  • CCPR-6
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-9
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-3
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2276/2013
Adoption of views
S.K. CCPR
  • Canada
  • CCPR/C/127/D/2484/2014
    24 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • arbitrary arrest - detention
  • non-refoulement
  • right to life
  • torture
  • CCPR-6-1
  • CCPR-7
  • CCPR-9-1
  • CCPR-OP-2
  • CCPR-OP-5-2-b
  • 2484/2014
Adoption of views
López Albán et al. CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/66/D/37/2018
    11 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 037/2018
Adoption of views
S. S. R. CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/66/D/51/2018
    11 Oct 2019
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • admissibility - ratione materiae
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 051/2018
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