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The 16th session will take place at the Palais Wilson in the first floor Conference Room.

All observers wishing to attend the session must be duly registered.

All observers wishing to attend the session should fill out the Conference Registration Form in full (available in PDF and Word) and send it by e-mail to the Secretary of CMW at cmw@ohchr.org.

To receive the ground pass, all applicants are required to bring the signed original of the Conference Registration Form, a valid national passport or government issued photo ID, and appear in person at Palais des Nations, Security Entrance, Prégny Gate, 8 - 14 Avenue de la Paix, 1211 Geneva 10. The office hours are 8.00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Please note that applicants must bring their passports (or government issued photo ID) every time they wish to enter UN premises.

All requests for registration should reach OHCHR two weeks in advance of the session at the latest, i.e., by 30 March 2012. Applicants who submit illegible or incomplete forms may not be registered. Please note that OHCHR will not provide letters of invitation to observers to attend CMW sessions for the purposes of obtaining visas and that it is unable to assist with travel and/or accommodation costs.

The Committee accepts written submissions by non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders on the implementation of the Convention by States parties. Organizations that wish to submit information to the Committee may do so by e-mail to the Secretary of the Committee at cmw@ohchr.org in Word format, indicating whether or not the information may be published on the CMW website, and also in hard copy (20 copies) to the address indicated below.

Written submissions should address as briefly and precisely as possible the main human rights issues arising under the articles of the Convention affecting migrant workers and members of their families in the State party concerned, as well as migrant workers and members of their families from that State party who live abroad. Written submissions should be prepared with a view to assisting the Committee in formulating targeted conclusions and recommendations, as well as lists of issues, and in the case of lists of issues prior to reporting, in identifying the central issues to be addressed in the State party’s subsequent periodic report. Written submissions by external parties will not be published as official UN documents and, therefore, will not be translated by the UN Secretariat. If the authors wish to ensure that their submissions are read and understood by all members of the Committee, they may wish to assume responsibility for translating their submissions into the Committee’s working languages, i.e., English, French and Spanish.

Representatives of non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders may also provide information orally on the States parties under consideration directly to the Committee in public meeting and/or at informal meetings scheduled for this purpose. Organizations wishing to provide oral briefings should contact the Secretary of CMW. Participants making oral interventions in public meeting must bring with them 20 copies of their statements for distribution to the Committee experts and interpreters.

For additional information, please contact:

Mr. Jakob Schneider
Secretary of the Committee on Migrant Workers
Human Rights Treaties Division
United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR-UNOG)
Palais Wilson (1-032)
CH-1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland
email: cmw@ohchr.org

Agenda

E | F | S

Programme of work

E

Opening Statement E

The Committee will hold the following dialogues during the session:

State report

Timetable

Core documents and State reports

Lists of Issues and written replies*
Information from other sources*
Delegation lists and statements*

Concluding Observations

Follow-up information
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PARAGUAY
Monday 16 April, 15:00- 18:00 & Tuesday 17 April, 10:00-13:00

HRI/CORE/PRY/2010

E | F | S

Initial report

CMW/C/PRY/1

E | F | S

CMW/C/PRY/Q/1

E | F | S

CMW/C/PRY/Q/1/Add.1

E | F | S

 

List

CMW/C/PRY/CO/1

A | C | E | F | R | S

 
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TAJIKISTAN

Tuesday 17 April, 15:00-18:00 & Wednesday 18 April, 10:00-13:00

HRI/CORE/1/Add.128

E | F | R | S

Initial report

CMW/C/TJK/1

E | F | R | S

CMW/C/TJK/Q/1

E | F | R | S

CMW/C/TJK/Q/1/Add.1

E | F | R | S

FIDH
E | R

Shadow report
E | R

List

Statements
1 [E | R] and 2

CMW/C/TJK/CO/1

A | C | E | F | R | S

 

List of issues to be adopted:

For adoption (Reports will be examined in the future)

Core documents and State reports

Previous Concluding Observations
Information received    (if public)*

Lists of Issues and written replies*

Azerbaijan
AZERBAIJAN

HRI/CORE/AZE/2008

E | F | S

Second periodic report

CMW/C/AZE/2

E | F | R | S

CMW/C/AZE/CO/1

E | F | R | S

 

CMW/C/AZE/Q/2

E | F | R | S

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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

HRI/CORE/BIH/2011

E | F | R | S

CMW/C/BIH/2

E | F | S

 

CMW/C/BIH/CO/1

E | F | R | S

 

CMW/C/BIH/Q/2

E | F | S

Bolivia
BOLIVIA

HRI/CORE/1/Add.54/Rev.2

E | F | S

Second periodic report

CMW/C/BOL/2

E | F | S

CMW/C/BOL/CO/1

A | E | F | S

Informe de Sociedad Civil

CMW/C/BOL/Q/2

E | F | S

Colombia
COLOMBIA

HRI/CORE/1/Add.56/Rev.1

E | F | S

Second periodic report

CMW/C/COL/2

E | F | S

CMW/C/COL/CO/1

E | F | R | S

CMW/C/COL/Q/2

E | F | S

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RWANDA

CMW/C/RWA/1

E | F | S

CMW/C/RWA/Q/1

E | F | S

*Available in English and/or the original language.

List of issues prior to reporting (LOIPR) to be adopted:

For adoption (Reports will be examined in the future)

Core documents and State reports

Previous Concluding Observations
Information received    (if public)*

Lists of Issues and written replies*

El Salvador
EL SALVADOR

HRI/CORE/SLV/2011

E | F | S

CMW/C/SLV/CO/1

E | F | R | S

 

 

CMW/C/SLV/Q/2

E | F | S

El Salvador
MALI
HRI/CORE/1/Add.87
E | F | S
CMW/C/MLI/CO/1
E | F | S
 
CMW/C/MLI/Q/2
E | F | S
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PHILIPPINES

HRI/CORE/1/Add.37

E | F | S

CMW/C/PHL/CO/1

E | F | R | S

 

CMW/C/PHL/Q/2

E | F | S

*Available in English and/or the original language.
** States parties’ responses to LOIPR will constitute their subsequent periodic reports.

 
 
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