let's say, we have a country, which has signed and ratified the UN convention against e.g. torture. Let's also assume a act of torture can be clearly proven, which falls under the definition of torture specified in the UN convention.
==> Is there a way for the UN, how it can punish this country for breaking that convention?
Of course torture is just an example, my question is about all UN human rights conventions
(i'm of course aware of the rough meaning of "convention" and "ratified sth", but I'm still unsure what this means in a concrete example. Because the whole convention wouldn't make much sense to me, if it can't be enforced. Of course it'd be still better than nothing, but of course not effective.)