UN women’s rights committee to review Antigua and Barbuda


The UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) is meeting in Geneva from February 18 to March 8 to review women’s rights in the following countries: Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Botswana, Colombia, Ethiopia, Serbia, and the United Kingdom.

On Friday, February 22 from 15:00-18:00, the Committee will also review a report submitted on an exceptional basis by Myanmar on the situation of Rohingya women and girls in Northern Rakhine State. More information is available on-line.  

All the countries under review are party to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and so are reviewed regularly on how they are implementing it. The Committee will also hold dialogues with delegations from the respective governments and be briefed by NGOs and national human rights institutions.

The Committee’s open meetings will take place in Room XVI at the Palais des Nations. A schedule of the dialogues is available on-line.

The recommended hashtag for the meetings will be #CEDAW72 and the meetings will be webcast live at http://webtv.un.org/

CEDAW’s recommendations, officially termed concluding observations, are scheduled to be published on Monday, 11 March, and the Committee will also hold a press conference (to be confirmed).Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).

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  1. Really? How about having a UN committee to analyze men’s rights in Antigua? What about a UN committee to analyze all the false allegations made against men in Antigua? What about a UN committee to analyze how many women beat men, steal from men and hurt men every year in Antigua? Thanks!

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