Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

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The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) is a United Nations body of 18 experts that meets three times a year to consider the five-yearly reports submitted by UN member states on their compliance with the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR). Members are elected for a term of four years by States parties in accordance with ECOSOC Resolution 1985/17 of 28 May 1985. Members serve in their personal capacity and may be re-elected if nominated.

Members[edit]

Name State Term
Aslan Khuseinovich Abashidze  Russian Federation 2010-2014 [1]
Mohamed Ezzeldin abdel-Moneim  Egypt 2008–2012
Clement Atangana  Cameroon 2010-2014
Rocío Barahona Riera  Costa Rica 2008–2012
Jun Cong  China 2008–2012
Chandrashekhar Dasgupta  India 2010–2014
Zdzislaw Kedzia (Vice-chairperson)  Poland 2008–2012
Azzouz Kerdoun  Algeria 2010–2014
Jaime Marchan Romero  Ecuador 2010–2014
Sergei Martynov  Belarus 2008-2012
Ariranga Govindasamy Pillay (Chairperson)  Mauritius 2008–2012
Renato Zerbini Ribeiro Leão  Brazil 2010–2014
Eibe Riedel  Germany 2008–2012
Waleed Sadi (Rapporteur)  Jordan 2008–2012
Nikolaas Jan Schrijver (Vice-chairperson)  Netherlands 2008–2012
Heisoo Shin  South Korea 2010–2014
Philippe Texier  France 2008–2012
Alvaro Tirado Mejia  Colombia 2010–2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ Elected in December 2009 to complete the term of Yuri Kosolov, who resigned in August 2009.

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