University Name Student’s name Inter-American Human Rights System Lecturer’s name History of the Inter-American Human Right System The Inter-American Human Right System (IACHR) is considered to be an autonomous and principal entity in the Organization of American States (OAS). Its original primary objective is to protect and promote human rights norms in both North and South American continents. Currently it has seven members who are independent in status and collaboratively serve in their capacities to ensure set goals are attained. The IACHR was suggested and established by the OAS back in 1959. Its headquarters is located in Washington D.C. The IACHR partners with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to get full jurisdiction to make sure human rights norms are observed. The American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man during the Ninth International Conference of American States that was held in the city of Bogota formalized the Also all deliberations of the Court proceedings are recorded but not shared with the public. Bibliography Courtney Hillebrecht 'The Domestic Mechanisms Of Compliance With International Human Rights Law: Case Studies From The Inter-American Human Rights System' (2012) 34 Human Rights Quarterly Emblematic Cases' (Inter-American Human Rights Network 2018) <interamericanhumanrights.org accessed 9 January 2018 Mónica Feria Tinta 'Justicability Of Economic Social And Cultural Rights In The Inter-American System Of Protection Of Human Rights: Beyond Traditional Paradigms And Notions' (2007) 29 Human Rights Quarterly Par Engstrom 'Regional Human Rights Governance: The Case Of The Inter-American Human Rights System'  SSRN Electronic Journal Pedro Pablo Silva SSnchez 'Indigenous Peoples And The Environment Under The Inter-American System For The Protection Of Human Rights'  SSRN Electronic Journal Robert K. Goldman 'History And Action: The Inter-American Human Rights System And The Role Of The Inter-American Commission On Human Rights' (2009) 31 Human Rights Quarterly [...]
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