Universal Periodic Review: thematic briefings

The Universal Periodic Review is a peer review process conducted by the UN Human Rights Council which assesses how well a State is implementing its human rights obligations. This autumn, the UK Government will be examined under the Universal Periodic Review (UPR).

We worked with TogetherWales UNCRC Monitoring Group and Children's Law Centre to produce a series of thematic briefings to inform the review. Read our joint briefings below.

  1. Child poverty, cost of living crisis and homelessness
  2.  Policing and the child justice system
  3.  Children's mental health
  4.  Immigration and child trafficking
  5.  UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) – general measures of implementation
  6.  Children’s participation and non-discrimination
  7.  Education
  8.  Children's access to justice