Event information

29 May 2018, 13:45-14:45

Downloads

Flyer >

The Follow-Up Procedure of United Nations Treaty Bodies

Event

Image of the meeting Image of the meeting

This meeting, hosted by TB-Net, the NGO Network on Treaty Bodies, aims to discuss the follow-up to the UN Treaty Bodies and the possible ways to harmonize and streamline it.

Participants

  • Anna-Karin Holmlund, Amnesty International,
  • Christian De Vos, Open Society Justice Initiative
  • Christen Broecker, JBI Human Rights
  • Felix Kirchmeier, Geneva Academy
  • Ilaria Paolazzi, Child Rights Connect – TB-Net
  • Patrick Mutzenberg, Centre for Civil and Political Rights – TB-Net

About TB-Net

TB-Net is a group of NGOs – the Centre for Civil and Political Rights, Child Rights Connect, The Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the International Disability Alliance, IMADR, IWRAW Asia-Pacific and the World Organization against Torture – who work in strategic partnerships with the UN Treaty Bodies to increase the effectiveness and accountability of the human rights system.

MORE ON THIS THEMATIC AREA

Refugees and migrants walking on fields. Group of refugees from Syria and Afghanistan on their way to EU. Balkan route. News

Paper Examines New Authoritative Interpretation of Enforced Disappearances within the Migration Context

15 December 2023

Our latest Research Brief delves into the content and genesis of the recent General Comment issued by the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances on enforced disappearances in the context of migration.

Read more

View of participants in the training course on UN human rights system News

Geneva Human Rights Platform Expands Training Hub with New Courses in 2023

18 September 2023

The GHRP introduced two innovative courses to enhance its Training Hub offerings, which delved into the realm of international human rights standards and system and into business and human rights.

Read more

UNRWA school in Gaza Event

Gaza and the Battle for Humanity: How International Law Provides Meaning to Violence

6 March 2024, 18:00-20:00

At this event co-hosted by our Geneva Human Rights Platform, several UN experts will provide their perspective on what is at stake when framing the ongoing spectacular and slow violence against Palestinians in Gaza. 

Read more

A demonstration Event

Law Enforcement and Digital Technologies: Strengthening Human Rights Safeguards for Facilitation of Peaceful Protests

11 March 2024, 16:00-17:30

This panel discussion will explore how the digital technologies component can help close the protection gap and advance human rights and accountable use of technologies by law enforcement to effectively facilitate peaceful protests.

Read more

A general view of participants during of the 33nd ordinary session of the Human Rights Council. Training

The Universal Periodic Review and the UN Human Rights System: Raising the Bar on Accountability

11-15 November 2024

This training course will explore the origin and evolution of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) and its functioning in Geneva and will focus on the nature of implementation of the UPR recommendations at the national level.

Read more

Session of a UN Treaty Body Project

Treaty Bodies Individual Communications Procedures

Started in January 2019

Read more

Cover Page of Research Brief Publication

Environmental Human Rights as a Tool in Early Warning and Conflict Prevention The Role of the Human Rights Council

published on January 2024

Erica Harper, Baïna Ubushieva

Read more

Cover page of the Research Brief Publication

The Evolving Neurotechnology Landscape: Examining the Role and Importance of Human Rights in Regulation

published on December 2023

Erica Harper

Read more