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UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances issues findings on Cuba, Ecuador and Senegal

GENEVA (17 March 2017) – The UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances has published its findings on Cuba, Ecuador and Senegal, which it reviewed during its latest session, held from 6 to 17 March in Geneva.
The findings cover how the respective State is doing with regard to implementing the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, detailing positive developments, main areas of concern, and recommendations for action. The findings, officially known as concluding observations, can be found here.
The Committee will next meet from 4 to 15 September when it is due to review Gabon and Lithuania.
More details can be found here.
ENDS

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