The Catalogue of Local Inclusive Public Policies is a digital tool compiled by the CIPDH-UNESCO that gathers, sistematizes and promotes local public policies' experiences with a human rights' perspective implemented in Latin American and Caribbean cities.
In line with the visit to the country of Presidential Adviser for Human Rights of Colombia, Paula Gaviria Betancur, in 2018, the CIPDH-UNESCO invited her to hold a conference on the role of victims in the peace process. Gaviria Betancur, with an extensive experience in human rights, created and led for four years the
During 2018, the CIPDH-UNESCO organized a working breakfast with officials, representatives of civil society organizations and leading academics on gender issues in Argentina. The exchange resulted in a set of contributions for future national and international actions that the CIPDH-UNESCO will carry out. More information about the session
The annual CIPDH-UNESCO course addresses the main global challenges in the human rights field. Each edition focuses on a specific topic of international interest, bringing together teachers and participants from different countries, with extensive professional experience and diverse viewpoints.
The CIPDH-UNESCO offers technical support to cities in latin america and the caribbean in order to implement the handbook for local governments “the sdgs and cities. International human mobility”.
As a result of the joint work of the CIPDH-UNESCO and Memoria Abierta, the Nunca Más Report: the Power of an Archive constitutes a documentary collection and a traveling exhibition that showcases the work carried out by the CONADEP prior to the writing of the legendary report.