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COMMITTEE ON MIGRANT WORKERS

Membership

The Committee on Migrant Workers is currently composed of 14 independent experts (persons of high moral character, impartiality and recognized competence in the field covered by the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families).

Members are elected for a term of four years by States parties in accordance with article 72 of the Convention. Members serve in their personal capacity and may be re-elected if nominated.

Members are elected at meetings of States parties, in accordance with article 72  of the Convention.  For more information on the elections of the Committee on Migrant Workers, please refer to the link Meeting of States parties/Elections.

The CVs of the current members are available by clicking on the names of the members in the below table.

The composition of the Committee on Migrant Workers is now as follows:

Name of Member

Nationality

Term expires

Mr. José S. BRILLANTES
(Chairperson)

Philippines

31.12.2017

Ms Salome CASTELLANOS DELGADO

Honduras

21.12.2017

Mr. Pablo CERIANI CERNADAS
(Vice-chairperson)

Argentina

31.12.2017

Ms Fatoumata Abdourhamane DICKO  
(Vice-chairperson)

Mali

31.12.2017

Ms. Jasminka DZUMHUR
(Vice-chairperson)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

31.12.2019

Mr. Ahmed Hassan EL-BORAI

Egypt

31.12.2019

Mr. Abdelhamid EL JAMRI
(Rapporteur)

Morocco

31.12.2019

Mr. Md. Shahidul HAQUE

Bangladesh

31.12.2017

Mr. Prasad KARIYAWASAM

Sri Lanka

31.12.2017

Ms Khedidja LADJEL

Algeria

31.12.2019

Ms. Maria LANDAZURI DE MORA

Ecuador

31.12.2019

Mr. Marco NUÑEZ-MELGAR MAGUIÑA

Peru

31.12.2019

Mr. Ahmadou TALL

Senegal

31.12.2017

Mr. Can ÜNVER

Turkey

31.12.2019

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Publication

Fact Sheet No.24
Arabic | Chinese | English | French | Spanish

Migration, human rights and governance - Handbook for Parliamentarians N° 24
English | French | Spanish

Situations of migrants in transit
English | French | Spanish

OHCHR’s recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights at International Borders
English | French | Spanish

The Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of Migrants in an irregular situation
English

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