Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: UK
CESCR session 042 (2009)
(12 June 2009, E/C.12/GBR/CO/5, Concluding observations on fourth/fifth report, para. 24)
"The Committee … also remains concerned that corporal punishment of children in the home is not yet prohibited by law.
The Committee … reiterates its recommendation that physical punishment of children in the home be prohibited by law."Read more from CESCR session 042 (2009)
CESCR session 028 (2002)
(5 June 2002, E/C.12/1/Add.79, Concluding observations on fourth report, para. 36)
"Given the principle of the dignity of the individual, which provides the foundation for international human rights law (see paragraph 41 of the Committee's General Comment No. 13) and in the light of article 10.1 and 10.3 of the Covenant, the Committee recommends that the physical punishment of children in families be prohibited, in line with the recommendation of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (see paragraph 31 of the 1995 concluding observations of that Committee (CRC/C/15/Add.34))."Read more from CESCR session 028 (2002)
CESCR session 017 (1997)
(4 December 1997, CESCR/E/C.12/1/Add.19, Concluding observations on third report, paras. 16 and 28)
"The Committee is alarmed by the fact that corporal punishment continues to be practised in schools which are privately financed, and at the statement by the delegation that the Government does not intend to eliminate this practice.
"The Committee recommends that the State party take appropriate measures to eliminate corporal punishment in those schools in which this practice is still permitted, i.e. privately financed schools."Read more from CESCR session 017 (1997)