International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia And Biphobia
With the participation of prominent specialists in archival matters, and based on the practices associated to the treatment and preservation of documentation on serious human rights violations, the conference responded to the need to update the challenges and advances in the field. In particular, the debate was centered around documentation produced in contexts of political violence, dictatorships and armed conflicts, among others. Additionally, the conference served the purpose of acknowledging the contribution made by this field in the transitional and post-transitional processes to strengthen democratic systems.
The conference was a success, not only due its high attendance, including representatives of UNESCO, national authorities and prominent specialists in the field of archives and human rights, but also due to the active participation of those who were part of the workshops and worked intensively for two days to share ideas and challenges of this type of archives, thus helping to build a new agenda on the subject that focuses on their contribution to the processes of democratic consolidation.
The CIPDH-UNESCO conducts a survey of young people aimed at getting to know the ideas and general knowledge that students from different universities have on human rights.
Every year, the cipdh-unesco facilitates a simulation exercise of thematic hearings before the inter-american commission of human rights (iachr), where the operating mechanisms of the sessions are recreated.
The CIPDH-UNESCO carries out cooperation actions for the institutional and democratic strengthening of Paraguay, after the serious human rights violations during Stroessner’s dictatorship (1954-1989).
This practical tool is intended for local governments in Latin America and the Caribbean. It proposes actions and/or policies to adress international migration from a human rights-based approach and in line with the 2030 agenda.
Every year, the CIPDH-UNESCO honors local public policies in Latin America and the Caribbean that advance equality, diversity and non-discrimination. Aiming to strenghten key aspects to build more democratic societies, the CIPDH established the CONSTRUIR IGUALDAD Award, which highlights local public policies from Latin America and the Caribbean that outstand in matters of inclusion and non discrimination.
The cooperation project with the Haitian Institute of Human Rights (IHDH) is carried out through the Argentine Fund for South-South and Triangular Cooperation (FO.AR) of the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is aimed at strengthening the institutionality of human rights in Haiti.