Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
50th Session ( 29 April-17 May 2013)
|Tentative Programme of Work
|Provisional Agenda and Annotations
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Note by the Secretary-General on the States Parties to the Covenant and the status of submission of reports
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|Information Note for NGOs
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All participants in Committee sessions will require accreditation to the session to have access to the conference venue, except individuals who are already in possession of UN badges. To obtain accreditation, please fill out the accreditation form (available in pdf and Word), sign and send it by fax to 0041-22-917 9008, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Accreditation will enable participants to obtain a badge from the UN Security Unit. The conference will take place at Palais Wilson (ground floor conference room), 52 rue de Paquis, 1201 Geneva, Switzerland.
Please note that the public Sessions are also accessible through the webcast. Due to space limitations, only a limited number of persons from each organisation can have access to the meeting room for the Sessions. Any groups have to consult with the secretariat in advance.
Organizations wishing to submit information for the Committee with respect to the States parties listed below are welcome to do so. Submissions will be treated as public documents unless specifically marked "Confidential". They should be sent electronically to email@example.com, as well as in 25 hard copies by 15 March 2013.
Secretary, Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Organizations intending to submit information are kindly requested to inform the Secretariat in advance.
Consideration of State Reports
The Committee will consider the following State reports during the session:
Note: Schedules are subject to change at short notice
* Available in English and/or the original language.
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