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United Nations HRC 24-05-2019 Approaches and challenges with regard to application procedures for obtaining the status of conscientious objector to military service in accordance with human rights standards - Report of the Office of the United Nations Hig

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In the present report, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) builds upon submissions received from stakeholders and on the analytical report submitted by OHCHR to the Human Rights Council at its thirty-fifth session (A/HRC/35/4). It reaffirms briefly the international legal framework outlined in that report, points to some implementation gaps, then provides information on current trends and developments relevant to conscientious objections since 2017.

Human Rights Committee, Views on Eu-min Jung et al v Republic of Korea, 23 March 2010

Human Rights Committee Ninety-eighth session 8 to 26 March 2010

Communications Nos. 1593 to 1603/2007

Submitted by:
Messrs. Eu-min Jung, Tae-Yang Oh, Chang-Geun Yeom, Dong-hyuk Nah, Ho-Gun Yu, Chi-yun Lim, Choi Jin, Tae-hoon Lim, Sung-hwan Lim, Jae-sung Lim, and Dong-ju Goh. (represented by counsel Jea-Chang Oh of Haemaru Law Offices)
The authors

Human Rights Committee, Views on Yeo-Bum Yoon and Myung-Jin Choi v Republic of Korea, 3 November 2006

Convention Abbreviation: CCPR, Human Rights Committee

Eighty-eighth session, 16 October - 3 November 2006

ANNEX*

Views of the Human Rights Committee under article 5, paragraph 4, of the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
- Eighty-eighth session -

Communications Nos. 1321/2004 and 1322/2004

Human Rights Committee, Views on Min-Kyu Jeong et al v Republic of Korea, 24 March 2011.

1993 Human Rights Committee General Comment No. 22 on Article 18

General Comment No. 22: The right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion (Art. 18) : . 30/07/1993. CCPR/C/21/Rev.1/Add.4, General Comment No. 22. (General Comments)

Convention Abbreviation: CCPR
GENERAL COMMENT 22

The right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion (Article 18)

(Forty-eighth session 1993)