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INTER-AMERICAN CONVENTION ON THE PREVENTION, PUNISHMENT AND ERADICATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. In , the Inter-American Commission of Women (CIM) of the Organization of American States (OAS) promoted the adoption of the Inter-American Convention . The principle of intersectionality has been established in Article 9 of the Convention of Belem do Para, since discrimination and violence do not.
No modifications or commercial use of this article are permitted. In any reproduction of this article there should not be any suggestion that PAHO or this article endorse any specific organization or products. The use of the PAHO logo is not permitted. To describe what is known about the national prevalence of intimate partner violence IPV against women in the Americas across countries and over time, including the geographic coverage, quality, and comparability of national data. This was a systematic review and reanalysis of national, population-based IPV estimates from — in the Americas.
The Commission opens the door to the Court to any person affected, to their families, or even to third parties requesting the IACHR to act, when a case is not settled and the State is party to the American Convention.
The individual case system has become a strong mechanism to protect communities from systematic violations of human rights, calling attention to human rights violations suffered by individualized persons, and determining reparations when human rights violations have been demonstrated. The organs of the Inter-American Human Rights system have established severe restrictions on the legitimacy of amnesty laws in the case of crimes against humanity or war crimes, strengthening the responsibility of States to protect their populations from such crimes.
Moreover, precautionary and provisional measures adopted by the Commission and the Court are an important mechanism to prevent crimes in a region that has witnessed serious human rights violations, as we have shown. In many cases, the on-site visits of the IACHR, the visits in loco, have been crucial to highlight situations in different countries, particularly when dictatorships were in place, allowing access of the offended to the Commission, providing a space for dialogue between Commissioners and national authorities, and raising awareness of human rights violations among the regional and international community.
The release of these reports had an immediate effect on the regional and international awareness of these situations. In this sense, they have also had a preventive effect to the extent they raised awareness of human rights violations and difficult situations.
However, the General Assembly and other political organs of the OAS have not discussed these reports extensively, nor have they adopted specific measures to increase the efficiency of the Inter-American Human Rights system.
Nevertheless, we have to take into account that IACHR reports have increased concern within the regional system regarding some situations and have been an important element in regional reactions, for example in the Peruvian case in Furthermore, other reports such as the case of Argentina, were starting points to establish responsibilities for human rights violations after democratic transitions took place.
The effect of these reports is of real concern to some governments in countries where human rights violations are denounced, as evidenced by attempts to restrict their scope and their consideration by political organs in the last process of reform of the Inter-American Human Rights system.
It also has a regional system for political and judicial reaction that should help in avoiding situations that may lead to the commission of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and crimes against humanity. However, it does not have a mechanism to put in motion the collective use of force as a response to mass atrocities.
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For example, in the Third Report on Democracy and Human Rights in Colombia, the Commission dealt with violations to the applicable norms of International Humanitarian Law in the noninternational armed conflict in that country —Inter-Am. It should be mentioned that Venezuela ratified the American Convention on Human Rights in , but denounced the instrument in Similarly, Trinidad and Tobago ratified the Convention in , and denounced it in Commission H.
Peru, Merits, Judgment, Inter-Am. See also Rochela Massacre v. Colombia, Caloto Massacre v. Colombia Villatina Massacre v. In a hearing held in , the government agreed to initiate friendly settlement discussions for those events.
The friendly settlement in the Villatina Massacre case was successful, but it eventually failed in the Los Uvos Massacre case because of a lack of full compliance with the agreement—particularly regarding the prosecution of those responsible.
The government indicated its willingness to adopt several types of reparations seeking to remedy these egregious violations of human rights. This landmark event had structural importance in Colombia with extensive political and social repercussions. One of the most significant effects, among other very important outcomes, was the validation of human rights norms as a legitimate issue and a positive force within the Colombian conflict.
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P R Health Sci J. Factors associated with violent behaviour among adolescents in northeastern Brazil. Scientific World J. Epub Dec 8. Moreover, published estimates are often constructed in diverse ways regarding age, partnership status, and forms of violence As a result, researchers and policy makers may lack access to comparable IPV estimates, even when data exist. This study aims to describe what is known about the national prevalence of IPV against women in the Americas across countries and over time, including geographic coverage, quality, and comparability of data.
To conclude, recommendations for improving measurement and dissemination are presented. Bibliographies of global and regional reviews were manually searched, and more than researchers and government officials throughout the Region were contacted.
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