An emblematic case for guaranteeing the rights of indigenous peoples in our country has been brought before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
An appeals court in Buenos Aires ratified, on human rights grounds, a previous judicial order that benefits residents of the Garrote neighborhood.
The Court issued a follow-up ruling to its 2008 decision that reaffirmed the need to mend the environment and prevent future damage.
A hearing will be held before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) regarding violence against the Nam Qom community in August 2002 and the lack of state response.
UN member countries are discussing a New Urban Agenda, which aims to set international standards for reducing the number of households without housing and achieving sustainable urban development over the next 20 years.