National reports are the primary tool to assess the implementation efforts of the Programme of Action.
In 2008, States requested further standardisation in reporting.
This reporting template was developed to combine user-friendliness with increased analytical value, and was welcomed by all States in 2010.
It closely follows the Programme of Action and the International Tracing Instrument.

Not all areas may be applicable or a priority to every state. Therefore, please note that there are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers.

States could provide a full report for their next report due before the Programme of Action Review Conference Preparatory Committee, scheduled for 19-23 March 2012. Thereafter, an update on relevant sections every two years would suffice.

Only formally identified National Points of Contact or the Permanent Missions of Member States can submit a national report.

The reporting template can be downloaded. Draft versions can be saved and printed, in order to obtain internal approval where necessary, before submission.
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