Committee against Torture (CAT)


Yogyakarta Principles references in CAT documents

CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS

Finland, 2011

“24. while taking note with satisfaction that the state party committed itself to making the recommendations made under the universal periodic review an integral part of its government’s comprehensive human rights policy, the committee would appreciate receiving information regarding the measures in force to prevent violence against women, compile information on violence against children, provide the same coverage in national legislation and anti-discrimination training activities on grounds of sexual orientation and disability as for other grounds of discrimination in areas such as the provision of services and health care and to consider using the yogyakarta principles on the application of international human rights law in relation to sexual orientation and gender identity as a guide to assist in the development of its policies”.

CAT/C/FIN/CO/5-6 (CAT, 2011)

 

Mongolia, 2011

“The State party should establish a comprehensive legal framework to combat discrimination, including hate crimes and speech. The State party should take measures to bring perpetrators of such crimes to justice. The State party should ensure the protection of vulnerable groups such as sexual minorities, persons living with HIV/AIDS, and some foreigners. The State party should establish effective policing, enforcement and complaints mechanisms with a view to ensuring prompt, thorough and impartial investigations into allegations of attacks against persons on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity in line with the Yogyakarta Principles on the Application of International Human Rights Law in Relation to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. The State party should adopt legislation to combat violence caused by organizations which promote and incite racial, ethnic and other forms of discrimination.”

CAT/C/MNG/CO/1 (CAT, 2011)