by a member of the Interest Group
by Ana Beduschi
Ana Beduschi has published an article in the Refugee Survey Quarterly about the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and irregular immigrants’ rights. In this article Beduschi aim to re-evaluate and clarify the significance of the contribution of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to the protection of these rights. She argue that this Court has placed itself at the forefront of a renewed approach to immigration, confirming its potential to promote an extended form of protection of irregular immigrants’ rights in Latin America. However, the actual protection of irregular immigrants’ rights promoted by the Court depends on Latin American countries’ capability to overcome several important challenges, in particular with respect to the compliance with judicial decisions and the effectiveness of the protection of rights.
You can read the article here.