Serbia 8including Kosovo)

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Serbia and UN Charter-based Bodies

Serbia and UN Treaty Bodies

Most recent concluding observations

Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women
Concluding observations (2019) CEDAW/C/SRB/CO/4

Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Concluding observations (2018) CERD/C/SRB/CO/2-5

Human Rights Committee
Concluding observations (2017) CCPR/C/SRB/CO/3
Concluding observations - Yugoslavia (1992) CCPR/C/79/Add.16

Committee on the Rights of the Child
Concluding observations (2017) CRC/C/SRB/CO/2-3
Concluding observations - Yugoslavia (1996) CRC/C/15/Add.49

Concluding observations (2016) CRPD/C/SRB/CO/1

Committee against Torture
Concluding observations (2015) CAT/C/SRB/CO/2

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

Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Concluding observations (2014) E/C.12/SRB/CO/2
Concluding observations - Yugoslavia (1984) E/1984/WG.1/SR.18

Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children child prostitution and child pornography
Concluding observations (2010) CRC/C/OPSC/SRB/CO/1

Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict
Concluding observations (2010) CRC/C/OPAC/SRB/CO/1

>>Full list of documents in the Treaty Body Database
OHCHR in Serbia

​The UN Human Rights Unit in Serbia has a dual role: it provides advisory and technical support to the UN Resident Coordinator and the UN Country Team (UNCT) to ensure integration of human rights in UN programming and activities. It also cooperates directly with the Government, civil society and other stakeholders to build capacities and implement the outcomes of the UN Human Rights Mechanisms. More about OHCHR in Serbia

Contact Information


Field Operations and Technical Cooperation Division (FOTCD)
Contact is in Geneva, Switzerland.

Europe and Central Asia Section

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