In September 2020, the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children (GI) will close, and the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children (End Violence Partnership) will take forward its work as the global advocacy lead for the comprehensive prohibition of corporal punishment.
During its sessions in 2019, the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities issued recommendations on corporal punishment to most of the states examined: At its 21st session, Cuba, Niger, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Senegal and Vanuatu received recommendations on corporal punishment. At its 22nd session, Australia, Ecuador, El Salvador, India, Iraq, Kuwait and Myanmar […]
At its 66th and 67th sessions in 2019, the Committee Against Torture issued recommendations and observations on corporal punishment of children to South Africa, Bangladesh and Togo. Further information Read the Global Initiative’s individual country reports for Bangladesh, South Africa and Togo. For further information on the obligation to prohibit corporal punishment under the Convention Against […]
The 2019 Conclusions of the European Committee of Social Rights were published earlier this year. The Committee issued a total of 36 recommendations or observations on corporal punishment of children to the states examined during that session, including 11 states which are yet to enact a ban of all corporal punishment in their legislation: Armenia, […]
For its 73rd session in July 2019, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women issued the following recommendations on corporal punishment: To Cabo Verde, which enacted a full ban in 2013, the Committee called upon the state to implement its national plan and develop measures to end corporal punishment in schools. To Guyana, […]