The UNCRC Simplified Reporting Procedure (SRP): Frequently asked questions

The Simplified Reporting Procedure (SRP) is an optional mechanism offered to States parties in reporting to the UN treaty bodies, which is currently known as the “List of Issues Prior to Reporting (LOIPR) procedure”. The LOIPR is a public list of limited issues that the treaty body adopts based on a document review, including reports prepared by UNICEF and UN agencies, NGOs, children, NHRIs, Ombudspersons and other stakeholders. The LOIPR aims to help States in preparing reports that are focused on key priority areas and are shorter to follow the new words limit imposed by the GA resolution to all State reports, independently from the type of reporting procedure (31,800 words for initial reports, 21,200 words for subsequent periodic reports). The replies of the State to the LOIPR, together with a common core document, constitute the State report.

Published 2019-10-08

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Publication year
2017
Format
pdf, 9p.

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Publication year
2017
Format
pdf, 9p.