Inter-American Court of Human Rights / Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights is an autonomous judicial institution whose purpose is the application and interpretation of the American Convention on Human Rights. The Inter‑American Commission on Human Rights is an organ of the Organization of the American States, created to promote the observance and defense of human rights and to serve as consultative organ of the Organization in this matter.

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 BIBLIOGRAPHIC RESOURCES

MARTIN Fanny, “Application du droit international humanitaire par la Cour interaméricaine des droits de l’homme”, in IRRC, No. 844, December 2001, pp. 1037-1066.
 
McCARTHY Conor, “Human Rights and the Laws of War under the American Convention on Human Rights”, in European Human Rights Law Review, No. 6, 2008, pp. 762-780.
 
SÖFKER Carolin, “The Inter-American Commission and the Court of Human Rights: Enforcement Mechanisms of International Humanitarian Law?”, in Humanitäres Völkerrecht, 20. Jg., 1, 2007, pp. 33-36.
 
ZEGVELD Liesbeth, “The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law: A Comment on the Tablada Case”, in IRRC, No. 324, September 1998, pp. 505-511.