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PROGRESS INDICATORS FOR MEASURING RIGHTS IN THE PROTOCOL OF SAN SALVADOR Working group for the analysis of national reports under the Protocol of San Salvador.

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1 PROGRESS INDICATORS FOR MEASURING RIGHTS IN THE PROTOCOL OF SAN SALVADOR Working group for the analysis of national reports under the Protocol of San Salvador Technical Meeting Committee on Juridical and Political Affairs (CAJP) October 27, 2011 Washington, DC

2 Mandatos Standards for the preparation of periodic reports (AG/RES 2074 (XXXV-O/05): To evaluate the actions and strategies to ensure ESCR. It does not receive complaints. To measure advances or progress. To incorporate indicators. To avoid repetition with other monitoring systems. Periodicity Return Composition and functioning of the Working Group AG/RES (XXXIX-O/09) Takes into consideration the document Guidelines for Preparation of Progress Indicators in the Area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights" (CP/doc.4250 corr. 1) presented to the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights (CIDH) to the Permanent Council, on November, 2007 MANDATE

3 Mandatos The WG shall draft progress indicators for which reports will be presented, taking into account the document Guidelines … and in accordance with the Standards, (AG/RES (XL-O/10 ): OAS General Assembly creates a Specific Fund for the Working Group with the aim of supporting its activities and the Technical Secretariat. April, 2011: The WG presented the document Progress Indicators for Measuring Rights Under the Protocol of San Salvador to the CAJP. AG/RES 2666: Period for comments on the Document extended from March, 15 to September of The WG is asked to move forward with the definition of the second group of rights. MANDATE

4 Grupo de Trabajo 5 States presented comments: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru Specialized Organisms: OACNUDH, CEPAL, IIDH, among others. Civil Society: Asociación Pro Derechos Humanos – Aprodeh (Perú); Centro de Derechos Humanos Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez - Centro Prodh (México); Centro de Derechos Humanos y Litigio Internacional – CEDHUL (Colombia); Centro de Estudios de Derecho, Justicia y Sociedad – Dejusticia (Colombia); Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales – CELS (Argentina); Comisión de Derechos Humanos – Comisedh (Perú); Equipo Latinoamericano de Justicia y Género (ELA, Argentina), Corporación para la Defensa y Promoción de los Derechos Humanos - Reiniciar (Colombia) Corporación Viva la Ciudadanía (Colombia); Due Process of Law Foundation - DPLF (Estados Unidos); Equidad (Perú); Foodfirst Information & Action Network – FIAN (Secretariado Internacional, Alemania); Tierra Viva a los Indígenas del Chaco – Tierraviva (Paraguay); Plataforma Colombiana de Derechos Humanos, Democracia y Desarrollo; Red Internacional para los Derechos Económicos, Sociales y Culturales - Red Desc; Central Unitaria de Trabajadores - CUT (Colombia) Confederación General de Trabajadores Democráticos – CGTD (Colombia) ; Confederación de Trabajadores de Colombia – CTC (Colombia); Confederación Sindical de Trabajadores y Trabajadoras de las Américas (CSA); Confederación Sindical Internacional (CSI), Independent Consultants REVISION OF THE DOCUMENT

5 Financiamiento REVISION OF THE DOCUMENT The comments submitted by States, UN and civil society civil agree in pointing out: Relevance Quality Proper way to become operational Importance of linking it with public policy Specific comments: Detail on the selected indicators for each right Possibility of having and presenting specific indicators

6 Financiamiento INDICADORS REPORT Objetives: Contributing to the diagnostic assessment of the ESCR included in the Protocol of San Salvador Measure through indicators the progress in compliance with the Protocol.

7 Financiamiento GROUPS OF RIGHTS FIRST GROUP RIGHT TO SOCIAL SECURITY RIGHT TO HEALTH RIGHT TO EDUCATION

8 Financiamiento GROUPS OF RIGHTS SECOND GROUP RIGHT TO WORK AND TRADE UNIONS RIGHTS RIGHT TO FOOD RIGHT TO THE BENEFITS OF CULTURE RIGHT TO A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT

9 Financiamiento PROGRESS INDICATORS 3 TYPES OF INDICADORS RESULTS STRUCTURAL PROCESS QUALITATIVE SIGNS OF PROGRESS FOCUS ON GENDER EQUALITY, ETHNIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY INCIDENCE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE FORMULATION OF LEGISLATIVE PROCESS AND PUBLIC POLICY

10 Financiamiento PROGRESS INDICATORS RECEPTION OF THE RIGHT BASIC FINANCIAL CONTEXT AND BUDGET COMMITMENTS STATE OR INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITIES

11 Financiamiento CROSSCUTING AXES EQUALITY AND NON-DISCRIMINATION ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

12 Financiamiento GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF REPORTS The reports must be guided by the following principles: oParticipation oComplement; oReturn oDiffusion oPertinence oRights Approach oMargin of appreciation

13 Financiamiento SHEDULE FOR THE PRESENTATION OF THE REPORT S 1.Presentation of the first report - First group of rights (35 pages plus annexes): 1 year 2. Observations from the Working Group: 60 days 3. Devolution: 60 days 4. Reports from civil society 5. Public Session of the analysis 6. Final conclusions: 60 days 7. Presentation of the second report – Second group of rights: 1 year 8. Presentation of the subsequent reports (both groups): 3 years

14 Financiamiento BENEFITS OF THE REPORTING MECHANISM Set agenda and outstanding issues through a participatory dialogue with civil society. Stimulate a process of evaluation and measurement of compliance with social rights Overcome mere reporting and the repetition of other reports. Have a useful tool for the design and permanent evaluation of public policies

15 Financiamiento BENEFITS OF THE REPORTING MECHANISM Flexible Open to regional diversity Useful Necessary

16 Financiamiento WHAT THE MECHANISM IS NOT It is not a mechanism for accusations It does not rank or compare States It does not declare violation of right nor condems them


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