The Reporting Procedure Under UN Human Rights Treaties & Civil Society

This session uses a series of coloured cards to present participants with a timeline of the different steps in the reporting procedure to UN Treaty Bodies, possible deviations from these steps, and opportunities for the involvement of civil society at each step. The second part of the session serves as a starting point for further action by identifying how the participants can contribute to the reporting procedure using their own information.

  • To gain basic knowledge of the UN Human Rights Treaty monitoring process
  • To understand the ways in which civil society actors can be involved in this process
  • To identify opportunities to become involved in the reporting procedures of CESCR, CEDAW and CRC

Staff of health organisations with basic knowledge about human rights

150 minutes
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