The Executive Committee of the NGOs’ Coalition for the Adoption of a Facultative Protocol to IPESCR requests support in order to achieve the IPESCR Protocol. 8/26/2005 – Artemisa Noticias, ESCR-Net, RIMA.
The NGOs’ Coalition for the Adoption of a Facultative Protocol to IPESCR, through the member persons and organizations, is confident in representing the voice of civil society in the promotion of the future facultative protocol.
The NGO Coalition unequivocally supports the first option mentioned in the Chair’s
Elements Paper – a comprehensive approach whereby all rights in the Covenant are
subject to the procedures established by the Optional Protocol. The NGO Coalition
believes that a comprehensive approach is an overarching fundamental requirement
necessary for an effective Optional Protocol.
The NGO Coalition considers that, as is the case in the Rules of Procedure for the OPCEDAW,
the burden of proof should be on the State. Thus, if a State Party disputes the
author’s contention that all available domestic remedies have been exhausted, the State
Party shall give details of the remedies available in the particular circumstances.
Optional Protocol to the International Covenant
on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
of the World Declaration on Higher Education.
The Evolution of an Optional Protocol Complaints
Mechanism Under the ICESCR.
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Statement of the NGO Coalition for an Optional Protocol to the ICESCR
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