List of Issues on the Presentation of the Combined Sixth and Seventh Reports on Peru
Aiming at facilitating state parties to prepare and submit their country reports within the corresponding deadlines, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child called for civil organisations to participate in a consultation process called “List of Issues Prior to Reporting (LOIPR)”.
This process seeks to identify emerging trends and issues of concern related to the rights of children and adolescents in the country, being the observations and recommendations of the Committee made to the Peruvian state five years ago the lens through which we observed these changes.
This report has been prepared by specialists in children and adolescents-related matters from various organisations joined, including organisations that are part of the Child Right Now alliance for children’s rights, such as Children’s Villages SOS, Plan International, Save The Children, Terre des Hommes Suisse and World Vision. Additionally, specialists from the international organisation No Peace Without Justice (NPWJ); the National Association of Centers (ANC); the Peruvian Campaign for the Right to Education (CPDE) and the National Initiative Group for the Rights of the Child (GIN) – the latter organisation overseeing the technical direction of the initiative.
This LOIPR Report was sent to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child on 29 June 2021 and will be reviewed and considered at its 90th pre-session.