Country visits

The Special Rapporteur is mandated to conduct official visits to States to provide technical assistance and advisory services to Governments upon request. These visits provide an opportunity to examine the transitional justice measures that have been taken to address gross violations of human rights and serious violations of international humanitarian law, to identify gaps and challenges, and to make recommendations thereon. The visits are intended to provide an independent and impartial assessment, for use by all actors on the ground. Learn more about Special Procedures country visits.

Year

Country

Document

2019 Gambia (20 to 27 November 2019) A/HRC/45/45/Add.3

End of mission statement
2019 El Salvador (24 April to 3 May 2019) A/HRC/45/45/Add.2

End of mission statement
2017 Sri Lanka (October 2017)
A/HRC/45/45/Add.1

End of mission statement
2015 United Kingdom of Great-Britain and Northern Ireland (November 2015)

A/HRC/34/62/Add.1

State comments to the Special Rapporteur’s report
2014 Burundi (8 to 16 December 2014) A/HRC/30/42/Add.1

Special Rapporteur update on his visit to Burundi (14 September 2015)
2014 Spain (January/February 2014) A/HRC/27/56/Add.1

State comments to the Special Rapporteur’s report (Spanish only)
2013 Uruguay (October 2013) A/HRC/27/56/Add.2
2012 Tunisia (November 2012) A/HRC/24/42/Add.1

Visits requested

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Accepted)
Croatia (Accepted)
Serbia (Accepted)
Republic of Korea (Accepted)
Brazil
Colombia
Côte d’Ivoire
Cambodia
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Guatemala
Guinea
Indonesia
Japan
Kenya
Nepal
Rwanda
Tunisia