The United Nations Human Rights Treaties



List of all decisions to discontinue

Case Name Comm Number Date
Waksman v. Uruguay 31/1978 28 March 1980
E.M.M. v. Zambia 1145/2002 30 March 2016
Z.S. and M.S. v. Denmark 2488/2014 30 March 2016
Y.A.H. et al. v. Denmark 2506/2014 30 March 2016
H.F.A. et al. v. Denmark 2513/2014 30 March 2016
S.P.B. et al. v. Denmark 2516/2014 30 March 2016
N.M.S. et al. v. Denmark 2571/2015 30 March 2016
F.K.H. v. Denmark 2447/2014 30 March 2016
G.B.S.J. et al. v. Denmark 2611/2015 14 July 2016
K.B.A. and M.K.A. v. Canada 2263/2013 28 March 2017
S.N.H et al v. Denmark 2738/2016 28 March 2017
V.M. v. Canada 2261/2013 28 March 2017
G.H.J. v. Denmark 2336/2014 28 March 2017
M.T. et al v. Rep. of Korea 2735/2016 28 March 2017
M.S.A. v. Denmark 2763/2016 28 March 2017

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CERD, CCPR, CESCR, CEDAW, CAT, CRC, CMW, CRPD and CED all have optional complaint mechanisms, whereby an individual may complain to the respective treaty body that his or her rights under the treaty have been violated. The CMW complaint mechanism is not yet in force.

Included in this section are:

  1. requests made by the treaty body for interim measures
  2. decisions to deal jointly with cases
  3. admissibility decisions (normally decisions determining a complaint is admissible are not issued separately and hence this category involves decisions in which complaints are found to be inadmissible)
  4. final views.

Information on follow-up of final Views where a violation has been found is included in the section entitled "Follow-up: Jurisprudence".