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Display name Treaties Countries Symbols Date of adoption of the Views Issues Articles Communications Type Of Decisions
S. C. and G. P. CESCR
  • Italy
  • E/C.12/65/D/22/2017
    07 Mar 2019
  • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
  • admissibility - ratione temporis
  • admissibility - victim status
  • health rights
  • CESCR-10
  • CESCR-12
  • CESCR-15-1-b
  • CESCR-15-3
  • CESCR-15-4
  • CESCR-3
  • 022/2017
Adoption of views
A. L. CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/65/D/41/2018
    01 Mar 2019
      • 041/2018
      Discontinuance decision
      M. P. CESCR
      • Spain
      • E/C.12/65/D/30/2018
        01 Mar 2019
          • 030/2018
          Discontinuance decision
          M. V. CESCR
          • Spain
          • E/C.12/65/D/47/2018
            01 Mar 2019
              • 047/2018
              Discontinuance decision
              E. V. CESCR
              • Spain
              • E/C.12/65/D/42/2018
                01 Mar 2019
                  • 042/2018
                  Discontinuance decision
                  Makinen Pankka and Fernández Pérez CESCR
                  • Spain
                  • E/C.12/65/D/9/2015
                    01 Mar 2019
                    • CESCR-11-1
                    • CESCR-OP-2
                    • CESCR-OP-3-1
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-e
                    • 009/2015
                    Inadmissibility decision
                    Martínez Fernández CESCR
                    • Spain
                    • E/C.12/64/D/19/2016
                      08 Oct 2018
                    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
                    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
                    • admissibility - victim status
                    • housing rights
                    • CESCR-11-1
                    • CESCR-OP-2
                    • CESCR-OP-3-1
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-a
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-e
                    • 019/2016
                    Inadmissibility decision
                    Arellano Medina CESCR
                    • Ecuador
                    • E/C.12/63/D/7/2015
                      26 Mar 2018
                    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
                    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
                    • admissibility - ratione temporis
                    • work-employment rights
                    • CESCR-12
                    • CESCR-2
                    • CESCR-6
                    • CESCR-7
                    • CESCR-OP-3-1
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-e
                    • 007/2015
                    Inadmissibility decision
                    Trujillo Calero CESCR
                    • Ecuador
                    • E/C.12/63/D/10/2015
                      26 Mar 2018
                    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
                    • admissibility - ratione materiae
                    • admissibility - ratione temporis
                    • discrimination against women
                    • equality between men and women
                    • social security rights
                    • CESCR-2-2
                    • CESCR-3
                    • CESCR-9
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-b
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-d
                    • CESCR-OP-3-2-e
                    • 010/2015
                    Adoption of views
                    Alarcón Flores et al CESCR
                    • Ecuador
                    • E/C.12/62/D/14/2016
                      04 Oct 2017
                    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
                    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
                    • admissibility - ratione temporis
                    • social security rights
                      • 014/2016
                      Inadmissibility decision

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