A shadow report was submitted to the UN's Committee on the Rights of the Child by FPP and UOBDU (United Organisation for Batwa Development in Uganda) which outlined the deplorable situation of Batwa children in Uganda. As a result, the Committee expressed its concern at the situation of Batwa children, in particular with regard to their limited access to basic social services, including health care and education, and the violation of their rights to survival and development, to enjoy their own culture and to be protected from discrimination.
See also Volume II: 2005-2006, Volume III:2007-2008, Volume IV: 2009-2010 and Volume V: 2011-2012 in related reports.
Ver tambien Volumen II: 2005-2006, Volumen III: 2007-2008 y Volumen IV: 2009-2010
Ver ausi Volume II: 2005-2006
To request follow-up and urgent action concerning the situation of indigenous and tribal peoples in Suriname. See decision in Related Reports