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Joint Committee on Human Rights 17th Report of Session 2004-05: Review of International Human Rights Instruments (House of Lords Paper)
by Jean Corston
Binding: Paperback, 47 pages
Publisher: Stationery Office Books (TSO)
Weight: 0.49 pound
Dimension: H: 0.39 x L: 11.42 x W: 8.03 inches
ISBN 10: 0104006552
ISBN 13: 9780104006559
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The Committee's report responds to and evaluates the Government's review of the UK's international human rights obligations (published by the Department for Constitutional Affairs in July 2004 and available from their website at http://www dca.gov.uk/hract/ngo/review_2002.htm). The report seeks to bring to the attention of Parliament and the wider public information about the full range of human rights instruments which the Government has decided should continue to bind the UK, as well as those human rights treaties which it has decided the UK should not be bound or in respect of which it maintains reservations or interpretative declarations. Findings include support for the Government's decision to allow for rights of individual petition under the UN Convention for the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), and concern over the absence of such rights under other UN treaties. The report also notes concerns over reservations made to the Convention on the Rights of the Child in relation to children in armed conflict, immigration control, and detention of children in separate accommodation facilities.
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