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The Committee considered the initial report of Bangladesh (CMW/C/BGD/1) at its 343rd and 344th meetings (see CMW/C/SR.343 and 344), held on 3 and 4 April 2017. At its 359th meeting, held on 13 April 2017, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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26 November 2021
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The Committee considered the third periodic report of Azerbaijan at its 464th and 465th meetings, held on 4 and 5 October 2021. At its 472nd meeting, held on 8 October 2021, it adopted the following concluding observations.
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02 November 2021
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Rwanda at its 454th and 455th meetings, held on 27 and 28 September 2021. At its 472nd meeting, held on 8 October 2021, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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21 October 2021
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Chile (CMW/C/CHL/2) at its 445th, 446th and 447th meetings (CMW/C/SR.445, SR.446 and SR.447), held from 7 to 9 April 2021. At its 452nd meeting, held on 16 April 2021, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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11 May 2021
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Argentina (CMW/C/ARG/2) at its 431st and 432nd meetings (see CMW/C/SR.431 and CMW/C/SR.432), held on 2 and 3 September 2019. At its 443rd meeting, held on 11 September 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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05 February 2021
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This quantitative analysis intends to inform a further qualitative research that will be undertaken by OHCHR to provide additional in-depth human rights analysis of the socio-economic impacts on the human rights of migrants in the Agadez region in Niger.
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04 February 2021
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Parliamentarians have a critical role to play to ensure a meaningful, balanced and informed response to migration.
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07 December 2020
The current public health crisis caused by COVID-19 disproportionately affects people and communities who are already in vulnerable and marginalised situations.
The Committee considered the third periodic report of Colombia (CMW/C/COL/3) at its 436th and 437th meetings (see CMW/C/SR.436 and 437), held on 6 September 2019. At its 443rd meeting, held on 11 September 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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28 January 2020
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Discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, hate speech and hate crime have a severe impact on the human rights of migrants.
Migrants face barriers in accessing health services, whether due to restrictive legislation, prohibitive cost, a lack of knowledge or fear.
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31 December 2019
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This document provides guidance for state authorities on the design and implementation of return procedures that are child rights compliant.
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31 December 2019
The Committee considered the third periodic report of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CMW/C/BIH/3) at its 433rd and 434th meetings (CMW/C/SR.433 and 434), held on 3 and 4 September 2019. At its 443rd meeting, held on 11 September 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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05 November 2019
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This study is the first scientific attempt, on the basis of global data, to comprehend the magnitude of the situation of children deprived of liberty, its possible justifications and root causes, as well as conditions of detention and their harmful impact on the health and development of children.
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11 July 2019
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Tajikistan (CMW/C/TJK/2) at its 415th and 416th meetings (CMW/C/SR.415 and 416), held on 3 and 4 April 2019. At its 429th meeting, held on 12 April 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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10 May 2019
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The Committee considered the initial report of Libya (CMW/C/LBY/1) at its 417th and 418th meetings (CMW/C/SR.417 and CMW/C/SR.418), held on 4 and 5 April 2019.
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09 May 2019
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Albania (CMW/C/ALB/2) at its 411th and 412th meetings (CMW/C/SR.411 and CMW/C/SR.412), held on 1 and 2 April 2019. At its 429th meeting, held on 12 April 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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09 May 2019
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The Committee considered the second periodic report of Guatemala (CMW/C/GTM/2) at its 413th and 414th meetings (CMW/C/SR.413 and CMW/C/SR.414), held on 2 and 3 April 2019. At its 429th meeting, held on 12 April 2019, it adopted the present concluding observations.
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03 May 2019
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This OHCHR study maps some promising field research-based practices in cities throughout Europe that facilitate access to health care and services for migrants (irregular and regular), as well as for other individuals and groups that fall through the cracks.
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02 January 2019
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In collaboration with DLA Piper Law Firm, the Center for Legal and Social Studies (CELS, Argentina) and the Center for Human Rights and Citizenship of the Immigrant (CDHIC, Brazil), OHCHR has undertaken a study to better understand how international human rights law can be a ground for migrants’...
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31 December 2018
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