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Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)
Guides to the CRC reporting process: We have developed practical information for NGOs wishing to report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the child about the children’s rights situations in their countries, including information specifically targeted to the Optional Protocols to the CRC and for those working directly with children on reports.
We have developed practical information for NGOs wishing to report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the child about the children’s rights situations in their countries, including information specifically targeted to the Optional Protocols to the CRC and for those working directly with children on reports.
Short publications with information for NGOs about the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, its elections, Days of General Discussion, General Comments and Simplified Reporting Procedure (SRP).
Child Rights Connect gathered information from 10 NGOs and NHRIs working at national and international levels to produce case studies about their experiences following up on the CRC reporting process. Each study provides a brief explanation about the activities untaken and the results
At each session of the Committee, Child Rights Connect monitors the examination of reports by the Committee in presence of the governments in order to produce country reports on the discussions.
List of States reviewed (Reviewed Reports, Concluding Observations, Child Rights Connect Session Reports)
- Argentina (CRC)
- Angola (CRC, OPSC and OPAC)
- Russia (OPSC)
- Lesotho (CRC)
- Montenegro (CRC)
- Algeria (CRC)
- Norway (CRC)
- Guatemala (CRC) soon available
- Marshall Islands (CRC)
- Palau (CRC)
- Panama (CRC)
- Seychelles (CRC)
- Solomon Islands (CRC)
- Spain (CRC)
- Sri Lanka (CRC)
- Cyprus (OPAC)
- Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (CRC)
- Denmark (CRC)
- Ecuador (CRC)
- Guinea (OPSC, OPAC): English – French
- Republic of Moldova (CRC)
- Tajikistan (CRC, OPSC, OPAC)
- Vanuatu (CRC, OPSC, OPAC)
- Antigua and Barbuda (CRC)
- Bhutan (CRC, OPAC, OPSC)
- Cameroon (CRC): English – Français
- Lebanon (CRC, OPAC): English – Arabic
- Mongolia (CRC)
- Qatar (CRC): English – Arabic
- Romania (CRC)
- United States of America (OPAC, OPSC)
CRC/Integrated: Colombia – Dominican Republic – Iraq – Jamaica – Mauritius – Sweden –Switzerland – Tanzania – The Gambia – Turkmenistan – Uruguay
OPAC: Cambodia – Iraq – Turkmenistan – Uruguay
OPSC: Cambodia – Iraq – Switzerland – Turkmenistan – Uruguay
CRC/Integrated:Angola – Burundi – Guatemala – Montenegro – Nicaragua – Spain – Sri Lanka –Sudan
OPSC: Bosnia and Herzegovina – Montenegro – Nicaragua – Sierra Leone
OPAC: Bosnia and Herzegovina – Montenegro – Nicaragua – Sierra Leone – Sri Lanka – Sudan
CRC/Integrated: Argentina – Belgium – FYR Macedonia – Grenada – Japan – Nigeria – Tunisia
OPSC: Argentina – Belgium – Colombia – Japan – FYR of Macedonia – Serbia
OPAC: Argentina – Colombia – Japan – FYR of Macedonia – Serbia
CRC/Integrated: Burkina Faso – Cameroon – Ecuador – El Salvador – Mongolia – Norway –Paraguay – Tajikistan
OPSC: Ecuador – El Salvador – Estonia – Mongolia
OPAC: Ecuador – Israel – Liechtenstein – Mongolia
Session 52: Overall Report
Session 51: Overall Report
Session 50: Overall Report
Session 49: Overall Report
Session 48: Overall Report
CRC/Integrated: Chile – Honduras – Kenya – Malaysia – Mali– Marshall Islands* – Suriname
OPSC: Costa Rica – Kyrgyzstan
OPAC: Costa Rica – Kyrgyzstan
*The report of the Marshall Islands was examined in a private technical review in the absence of a government delegation.
*The report of the Malta was examined in a private technical review thus there is no dialogue available.
CRC/Integrated: Azerbaijan – Ghana – Hungary – Lithuania – Liechtenstein – Mauritius – Peru [English] [Español] – Saudi Arabia – Thailand – Trinidad and Tobago
OPSC: Andorra – Kazakhstan – Morocco
OPAC: Andorra – Bangladesh – Switzerland
Optional Protocol on a Communications Procedure (OPIC)
Introductory and background information about the Optional Protocol on a Communications Procedure (OPIC): Child Rights Connect has gathered information about the third OP, including resources for NGOs wishing to join the ratification campaign.
Universal Periodic Review (UPR)
Fact sheets for NGOs: With our partner organisation, UPR Info, we have developed 4 fact sheets for NGOs on the Universal Periodic Review. The fact sheets include a basic overview of this mechanism as well as information about how NGOs can use it for their advocacy work at national and international levels.
This fact sheet provides information for NGOs about how to prepare and submit a written report for consideration in relation to the UPR of a given State. The fact sheet details how best to capture child rights issues and present them in a way that communicates key messages effectively to States.
This fact sheet provides information for NGOS about how to advocate in the UPR. It details the importance of NGO advocacy in the UPR and the key characteristics of an effective advocacy strategy.
Publications for Children and Youth
Children Human Rights Defenders
The report presents the findings of the DGD children’s global consultations.