Treaty Bodies

The human rights Treaty Bodies are committees of independent experts that monitor implementation of core international human rights treaties. Each Member State party to a treaty has an obligation to take steps to ensure that its citizens can enjoy the rights outlined in the treaty.

There are ten human rights treaty bodies composed of independent experts of recognized competence in human rights, who are nominated and elected for fixed renewable terms of four years by State parties.

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Treaty Bodies

Rights of the Child in Iran – March 2015

This joint alternative report aims to contribute to the upcoming review by the Committee on the Rights of the Child (“Committee”) of the combined third and fourth periodic state reports on the Islamic Republic of Iran’s implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (“CRC” or “Convention”). ...