Monitoring groups

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2. 69 /5
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MechanismDomainRecommendationMark
UPRNational human rights institutionsEstablish an independent national human rights institution in compliance with the principles relating to the status of national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights (Paris Principles). (121.18)5
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UPRNational human rights institutionsEstablish a national human rights institution in line with the Paris Principles. (121.19)4
UPRNational human rights institutionsStrengthen the independence of the ombuds institution, including through the revision of the relevant ombudsman-related legislation. (121.20.)1
UPRNational human rights institutionsTake concrete steps for strengthening the independence of the ombuds institution. (121.21)2
UPRNational human rights institutionsAccelerate its efforts to strengthen the independence of the ombudsman institution. (121.22)7
UPRNational human rights institutionsEnsure compliance of the People’s Advocate (Ombudsman’s) Office with the Paris Principles (“A” status). (121.23)3
UPRNational human rights institutionsMake available to the Office of the Ombudsman appropriate means and sufficient financial resources to accomplish its missions. (121.24)1
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UPRNational human rights institutionsReinforce the regulatory and institutional measures of the Ombudsman, in conformity with the Paris Principles. (121.25)2
UPRNational human rights institutionsContinue its efforts aimed at strengthening the institutional capacities of the People’s Advocate institution. (121.26)2
UPRNational human rights institutionsStrengthen the existing national human rights institution to be in compliance with the Paris Principles. (121.27)3.5
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UPRNational human rights institutionsContinue to take active measures to combat discrimination, to ensure equality and to strengthen the independence of the Ombudsman in order to bring it into compliance with the Paris Principles. (121.38)2
UPRNational human rights institutionsConsolidate the normative framework that regulates the activity and competences of the (Equality) Council. (121.17)
UPRNational human rights institutionsEnhance the implementation of the Law on Ensuring Equality by strengthening the mandate of the Equality Council, including by allowing it to issue binding recommendations and to sanction discrimination, as well as by increasing awareness-raising through education. (122.24)
UPRNational human rights institutionsFully implement recommendations made by the Council for Preventing and Eliminating Discrimination to better ensure protection against discrimination and the equality of all persons. (122.25)
UPRNational human rights institutionsComplete the process of establishing a coordinating body under the auspices of the Prime Minister’s Office to monitor and report progress on human rights.(122.23)
Thomas Hammarberg, Report on Human Rights in the Transnistrian Region of the Republic of MoldovaNational human rights institutions, Transnistrian regionFor the monitoring of the human rights situation [in Transnistrian Region] the office of the Ombudsman is crucial and should be given all possibilities for an effective and independent work, including the necessary budgetary resources and constructive responses on demarches to the various authorities. (38)
CERDNational human rights institutionsRecalling its general recommendation No. 17 (1993) on the establishment of national institutions to facilitate the implementation of the Convention, the Committee recommends that the State party take the measures necessary to ensure that the Ombudsman has sufficient human and financial resources to discharge its mandate effectively and independently, in accordance with the principles relating to the status of national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights (the Paris Principles), and the measures necessary to address the recommendations of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions Subcommittee on Accreditation in order to obtain A status. (9)
CRCNational human rights institutionsThe Committee, with reference to its general comment No. 2 (2002) on the role of national human rights institutions in the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, urges the State party to ensure the effective functioning of the Office of the Ombudsman for Children’s Rights, including with regard to its funding, mandate and immunities in full compliance with the principles relating to the status of national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights (Paris Principles), in particular with respect to receiving and investigating complaints made by or on behalf of children. The Committee also recommends that the respective roles and responsibilities of the People’s Advocate Office and the Office of the Ombudsman be clearly defined to effectively discharge their mandates. (11)
CESCRNational human rights institutionsThe Committee recommends that the State party take all measures necessary to provide both the Ombudsman and the Equality Council with sufficient financial and human resources and ensure that the way these institutions are financed does not undermine their independence. (9a)
CESCRNational human rights institutions Ensure adequate follow-up to the recommendations and decisions made by these institutions. (9b)
CESCRNational human rights institutionsEnsure that they are fully in compliance with the principles relating to the status of national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights (Paris Principles). (9c)
CEDAWNational human rights institutionsThe Committee calls upon the State party To provide the Anti-Discrimination Council with human and financial resources sufficient for it to discharge its role effectively. (10d)
HRCNational human rights institutionsThe State party should ensure that the Office of the Ombudsman and the Equality Council have the financial and human resources necessary to carry out their mandates effectively and independently, in accordance with the Principles relating to the status of national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights (the Paris Principles) (see General Assembly resolution 48/134, annex). (8)
CERDNational human rights institutionsRecalling its general recommendation No. 31 (2005) on the prevention of racial discrimination in the administration and functioning of the criminal justice system, the Committee recommends that the State party take measures to ensure that cases of racial discrimination brought before the Council are investigated and that perpetrators are prosecuted and properly sanctioned, and that the Council is provided with adequate financial resources to fulfill its mandate effectively. (15)
Michel Forst, Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defendersNational human rights institutions

Continue efforts to conduct genuine and meaningful consultations among policymakers, civil society organizations and the Office of the Ombudsperson on legislative and policy processes. (85q)

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