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Mexico and UN Charter-based Bodies

Mexico and UN Treaty Bodies

Most recent concluding observations

Human Rights Committee
Concluding observations (2019) CCPR/C/MEX/CO/6

Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Concluding observations (2019) CERD/C/MEX/CO/18-21

Committee against Torture
Concluding observations (2019) CAT/C/MEX/CO/7

Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women
Concluding observations (2018) CEDAW/C/MEX/CO/9

Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Concluding observations (2018) E/C.12/MEX/CO/5-6

Committee on Migrant Workers
Concluding observations (2017) CMW/C/MEX/CO/3

Committee on the Rights of the Child
Concluding observations (2015) CRC/C/MEX/CO/4-5

Committee on Enforced Disappearances
Concluding observations (2015) CED/C/MEX/CO/1

Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Concluding observations (2014) CRPD/C/MEX/CO/1

Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict
Concluding observations (2011) CRC/C/OPAC/MEX/CO/1

Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children child prostitution and child pornography
Concluding observations (2011) CRC/C/OPSC/MEX/CO/1

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United Nations Human Rights in Mexico

OHCHR-Mexico was established, following an official invitation of the Mexican Government, through an agreement signed by OHCHR in July 2002, with the support of several national NGOs. Later that year, the Mexican Senate ratified the agreement and the office was formally established. Shortly thereafter, OHCHR conducted an in-depth assessment of the country's human rights situation, identifying the main obstacles to the full integration of international human rights standards into domestic legislation.
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Field Operations and Technical Cooperation Division (FOTCD)
Contact is in Geneva, Switzerland.

Americas Section
Tel. + 41 22 917 92 48

OHCHR - Mexico

(52 55) 5061 6356
Mexico D.F., Mexico

Representative: Guillermo Fernández-Maldonado

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