Latin America has been regarded by its long entrepreneurial role in promoting human rights internationally. A less noticed achievement – albeit equally relevant – is that the Inter-American Human Rights System also pioneered digital communication among existing regional human rights systems. This article assesses digital presence and performance at the Inter-American Human Rights System to understand by which means digital communication can be strategic to advance human rights in the region. More than twenty years of digital experimentation at the Inter-American Human Rights System has left a worthy digital legacy, whose assessment offers empirical subsets for theoretical propositions in International Relations, practical contribution to international organizations, and social benefits beyond academic and international bureaucracy realms.
The Inter-American Human Rights System’s Digital Communication: presence, performance and legacy
Gerbelli Garbin Ramanzini I., Gianda Silva Matos W. (2021) "The Inter-American Human Rights System’s Digital Communication: presence, performance and legacy " Peace Human Rights Governance, 5(2), 159-184. DOI: 10.14658/PUPJ-PHRG-2021-2-1
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Peace Human Rights Governance
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