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Display name Treaties Countries Symbols Date of adoption Issues Articles Communications Type Of Decisions
Lorne Joseph Walters CESCR
  • Belgium
  • E/C.12/70/D/61/2018
    12 Oct 2021
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • CESCR-2
  • 061/2018
Adoption of views
Loor Chila CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/70/D/102/2019
    12 Oct 2021
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 102/2019
Inadmissibility decision
Ángela Sariego Rodríguez and Ionut-Cosmin Dincă CESCR
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/70/D/92/2019
    12 Oct 2021
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • 092/2019
Inadmissibility decision
CESCR
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • E/C.12/70/3
    12 Oct 2021
  • health rights
  • housing rights
  • CESCR-11-1
  • CESCR-12
  • CESCR-3
    Opinion
    Chiara Sacchi et al. CRC
    • Argentina
    • CRC/C/88/D/104/2019
      22 Sep 2021
    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
    • admissibility - ratione temporis
    • admissibility - victim status
    • best interests of the child
    • health
    • jurisdiction
    • minorities, right to enjoy own culture
    • right to life
    • CRC-24
    • CRC-3
    • CRC-30
    • CRC-3OP-5-1-a
    • CRC-3OP-7-e
    • CRC-3OP-7-f
    • CRC-3OP-7-g
    • CRC-6
    • 104/2019
    Inadmissibility decision
    Chiara Sacchi et al. CRC
    • Brazil
    • CRC/C/88/D/105/2019
      22 Sep 2021
    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
    • admissibility - ratione temporis
    • admissibility - victim status
    • best interests of the child
    • health
    • jurisdiction
    • minorities, right to enjoy own culture
    • right to life
    • CRC-24
    • CRC-3
    • CRC-30
    • CRC-3OP-5-1-a
    • CRC-3OP-7-e
    • CRC-3OP-7-f
    • CRC-3OP-7-g
    • CRC-6
    • 105/2019
    Inadmissibility decision
    Chiara Sacchi et al. CRC
    • France
    • CRC/C/88/D/106/2019
      22 Sep 2021
    • accused persons / convicted persons
    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
    • admissibility - ratione temporis
    • best interests of the child
    • health
    • jurisdiction
    • minorities, right to enjoy own culture
    • right to life
    • CRC-24
    • CRC-3
    • CRC-30
    • CRC-3OP-5-1-a
    • CRC-3OP-7-e
    • CRC-3OP-7-f
    • CRC-3OP-7-g
    • CRC-6
    • 106/2019
    Inadmissibility decision
    Chiara Sacchi et al. CRC
    • Germany
    • CRC/C/88/D/107/2019
      22 Sep 2021
    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
    • admissibility - ratione temporis
    • admissibility - victim status
    • best interests of the child
    • health
    • jurisdiction
    • minorities, right to enjoy own culture
    • right to life
    • CRC-24
    • CRC-3
    • CRC-30
    • CRC-3OP-5-1-a
    • CRC-3OP-7-e
    • CRC-3OP-7-f
    • CRC-3OP-7-g
    • CRC-6
    • 107/2019
    Inadmissibility decision
    Chiara Sacchi et al. CRC
    • Turkey
    • CRC/C/88/D/108/2019
      22 Sep 2021
    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
    • admissibility - ratione temporis
    • admissibility - victim status
    • best interests of the child
    • health
    • jurisdiction
    • minorities, right to enjoy own culture
    • right to life
    • CRC-24
    • CRC-3
    • CRC-30
    • CRC-3OP-5-1-a
    • CRC-3OP-7-e
    • CRC-3OP-7-f
    • CRC-3OP-7-g
    • CRC-6
    • 108/2019
    Inadmissibility decision
    M.K.A.H. CRC
    • Switzerland
    • CRC/C/88/D/95/2019
      22 Sep 2021
    • admissibility - exhaustion of domestic remedies
    • admissibility - manifestly ill-founded
    • best interests of the child
    • children rights
    • cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment
    • discrimination
    • health
    • refugee status
    • CRC-12
    • CRC-16
    • CRC-22
    • CRC-2-2
    • CRC-24
    • CRC-27
    • CRC-28
    • CRC-29
    • CRC-3
    • CRC-37
    • CRC-39
    • CRC-3OP-7-e
    • CRC-3OP-7-f
    • CRC-6
    • CRC-7
    • 095/2019
    Adoption of views

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