Reporting and Monitoring

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By The End Of This Section You Will Know:

  • The mechanisms that can be utilised to measure how effective current laws, policies and practices are to improve them
  • The reporting Cycle for UN Treaty Bodies
  • The reporting Cycle for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR)
  • The reporting Cycle for CoE Oversight Bodies
  • The key points of the follow-up process
  • Monitoring

    The government must undertake ongoing monitoring of human rights impacts and compliance with human rights standards

  • Reporting

    Government reports must be submitted periodically according to each treaty body’s reporting cycle. Most range from between 2 and 5 years

  • Follow up

    Having received specific recommendations from oversight bodies on shortcomings and good practice, follow up actions are required to ensure recommendations are implemented

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