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Annual Report 2022

El informe anual de la CIDH es un instrumento de referencia y de transparencia institucional que compila la situación de los derechos humanos y presenta los avances y desafíos que se han producido en la región.

Te presentamos información sobre los avances y logros del trabajo de la CIDH a través de los diferentes mecanismos. El informe anual, también recoge un panorama regional y seguimiento a las recomendaciones, así como información de cómo esta integrado el presupuesto institucional.

 

Podrán profundizar este contenido en cada uno de los 6 capítulos del Informe Anual 2022.

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Petition and Case System

The petition and case system is a unique human rights protection mechanism for achieving justice and reparations, combating impunity, and implementing structural measures in the Americas.

By filing a petition with the IACHR, people who have suffered human rights violations can obtain measures of justice and comprehensive reparation for these violations.

Data and stages in the petition and case mechanism

1

2

3

4

5

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The IACHR’s friendly settlement mechanism generates opportunities for dialogue between petitioning parties and States to reach agreements that establish measures of reparation for the victims of human rights violations and society as a whole.

29

friendly settlement agreements

59

Progress was made on implementing measures

Agreements signed by country

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Argentina

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Colombia

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Bolivia

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Uruguay

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A precautionary measure is one of the IACHR’s protection mechanisms. It uses them to request that a State protect one or more people who are at
grave, urgent risk
of experiencing irreparable harm.

50

granted

4

extended

5

followed up on

46

lifted

Requests for precautionary measures received
Total 1033

Requests for precautionary measures granted or extended
Total 50 

recieved

granted

Argentina

84
-

Bolivia

17
-

Brazil

86
5

Canada

4
-

Chile

22
-

Colombia

288
5

Costa Rica

52
-

Cuba

8
4

Ecuador

47
1

El Salvador

8
1

United State
of America

49
3

Guatemala

31
-

Haiti

4
1

Honduras

15
-

Jamaica

4
1

Mexico

138
1

Nicaragua

26
25

Panama

17
-

Paraguay

11
-

Peru

82
-

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Dominican
Republic

2
-

Suriname

1
-

Trinidad and Tobago

2
-

Uruguay

4
-

Venezuela

31
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Impacts of the IACHR on access to justice 

In 2022:

The IACHR took part in 52 hearings at the IA Court

Argentina

13

Bolivia

3

Brazil

2

Chile

1

Colombia

3

Costa Rica

3

Ecuador

7

El Salvador

1

Guatemala

5

Honduras

4

Mexico

2

Paraguay

3

Peru

4

Uruguay

1

These included a total of 34 hearings at the IA Court regarding contentious cases being processed

Contentious cases are cases in wich a State is accused of violating any of the rights established in the American Convention on Human Rights.
 

When participating in the hearings before the IA Court, the IACHR presents its opinions and conclusions on each case, reiterates the responsibilities of States to guarantee human rights, and elaborates on inter-American standards, which allows the IA Court to expand its jurisprudence and pronounce on the case.

Maya Q´eqchi´

Agua Caliente Indigenous

Community - Guatemala

1

Flores Bedregal

and others - Bolivia

2

Casierra Quinonez - Ecuador

3

Benites Cabrera and others - Peru

4

Moya Chacón and other - Costa Rica

5

Movilla Galarcio and others - Colombia

6


Cortez Espinoza - Ecuador

7

Sales Pimenta - Brazil

8

Leguizamón Zaván and others - Paraguay

9


Guevara Díaz - Costa Rica

10


Hendrix - Guatemala

11


Angulo Losada - Bolivia

12


Mina Cuero - Ecuador

13


Habbal and others - Argentina

14

Garifuna Community of San Juan and members - Honduras

15

Nissem Pessolani - Paraguay

16


Deras García and others - Honduras

17

Members of the José Alveras Restrepo Lawyers Collective Corporation (CAJAR) - Colombia

18

Britez Arce

and others - Argentina

19

Baraona Bray - Chile

20

Valencia Campos and others- Bolivia

21

1

Tzompaxtle Tecpile and others - México

22

Tavares Pereira and others - Brazil

23

Aroca Palma - Ecuador

24

Tagaeri and Taromenane Indigenous Peoples - 
Ecuador

25

Olivera Fuentes - Peru

26


Alvarez - Argentina

27

García Rodríguez and other - México

28


Aguinaga Aillón - Ecuador

29

La Oroya​ Community - Peru

30

Memoria Activa Civil Association - Argentina

31

María and other - Argentina

32

Tabares Toro - Colombia

33

Scot Cochran - Costa Rica

34

Progress and challenges in human rights in 2022 by country
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Argentina

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Argentina

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Barbados

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Belize

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Bolivia

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Brazil

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Canada

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Chile

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Colombia

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Grenada

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Cuba

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Guatemala

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Ecuador

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Guyana

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Honduras

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