Call for inputs - Special Rapporteur on the right to development COVID recovery plans and policies and the right to development
Special Rapporteur on the right to development
To inform the thematic reports to be presented to the Human Rights Council and the UN General Assembly
The Human Rights Council, in its resolution 33/14 of 29 September 2016, established the mandate of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to development. Mr. Saad Alfarargi was appointed Special Rapporteur for a period of three years and took up his functions on 1 May 2017. His mandate was extended by three years in March 2020.
In 2022 the Special Rapporteur on the right to development will be reporting to the Human Rights Council and the General Assembly on the subject of compliance of COVID recovery plans and polices with the right to development perspective, in the context of the
2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development and core international human rights treaties.
The Special Rapporteur seeks to collect good practices from key stakeholders and experts on COVID recovery plans and policies that are in line with both the right to development and the 2030 Agenda, as well as information about challenges and areas for improvement.
Key questions and types of input sought
The Special Rapporteur therefore wishes to receive inputs, by responding to the following questionnaire to help enrich this upcoming report.
How and where to submit inputs:
English, French, Spanish, Russian
All submissions will be published on the mandate’s webpage on the OHCHR website, unless otherwise indicated in your submission.