Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women: UK
CEDAW session 055 (2013)
(30 July 2013, CEDAW/C/GBR/CO/7, Concluding observations on seventh report, paras. 34 and 35)
"The Committee ... recalls its previous concluding observations (A/63/38, paras. 280 and 281) and is concerned that corporal punishment remains lawful in the home.
"Recalling its general recommendation No. 19, on violence against women, and its previous recommendation, the Committee urges the State party: ...
e) to revise its legislation to prohibit corporal punishment of children in the home."Read more from CEDAW session 055 (2013)
CEDAW session 041 (2008)
(18 July 2008, Part of A/63/38, Concluding observations on fifth/sixth report, paras. 280 and 281)
"... The Committee also notes with concern that corporal punishment is lawful in the home and constitutes a form of violence against children, including the girl child.
"The Committee urges the State party to accord priority attention to the adoption of comprehensive measures to address violence against women in accordance with its general recommendation No. 19 on violence against women.... The Committee further recommends that the State party include in its legislation the prohibition of corporal punishment of children in the home."Read more from CEDAW session 041 (2008)