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Display name Treaties Countries Symbols Date of adoption Issues Articles Communications Type Of Decisions
Soraya Moreno Romero and Children CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/69/D/48/2018
    22 Feb 2021
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 048/2018
Adoption of views
El Ayoubi et al CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/69/D/54/2018
    19 Feb 2021
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 054/2018
Adoption of views
El Goumari et al CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/69/D/85/2018
    18 Feb 2021
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 085/2018
Adoption of views
M. B. B. CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/68/D/79/2018
    15 Oct 2020
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 079/2018
Inadmissibility decision
Luciano Daniel Juárez CESCR
  • Argentina
  • E/C.12/68/D/149/2019
    15 Oct 2020
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • work-employment rights
  • CESCR-7-c
  • 149/2019
Inadmissibility decision
CESCR
  • Ecuador
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/68/3
    14 Oct 2020
  • health
  • health rights
  • pension rights
  • women rights
  • CESCR-12
  • CESCR-2-2
  • CESCR-2-3
  • CESCR-3
  • CESCR-9
  • 002/2014
  • 010/2015
  • 022/2017
Opinion
A. M. O. and J. M. U CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/68/D/45/2018
    13 Oct 2020
  • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 045/2018
Inadmissibility decision
El Bahri and others CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/68/D/177/2020
    13 Oct 2020
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 177/2020
Discontinuance decision
J. S. M. and others CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/68/D/97/2019
    13 Oct 2020
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 097/2019
Discontinuance decision
V. D. and others CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/68/D/111/2019
    13 Oct 2020
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 111/2019
Discontinuance decision

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