The Committee on Cooperative Compliance considers whether a concern about compliance with the Convention’s prohibitions (Article 1.1) is potentially credible and, if so, considers any follow up that might be appropriate for States Parties to better understand the situation.
When appropriate, the Committee, in close consultation with the States Parties concerned, clarifies the situation. If as a result it assesses that the concern is credible, it makes suggestions on steps that the States Parties concerned could take to ensure that the Convention remains strong and effective.
For cases where the concern is credible, the Committee presents preliminary observations at intersessional meetings and conclusions and recommendations at Meetings of the States Parties or Review Conferences.
The Committee is composed of the President of the Convention (Chair of the Committee) and four States Parties serving overlapping two-year terms. The current members of the Committee on Cooperative Compliance are:
Afghanistan | 2018
Iraq | 2017-2018
Poland | 2018-2019
United Kingdom | 2017-2018
Zambia | 2018-2019