Invitation to participate in the Forums for the preparation of the Strategic Plan 2022-2026.



The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) invites you to participate in the “Participatory Forum for the construction of the Strategic Plan of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights 2022-2026”, which is part of a series of consultations of various types that will take place carried out during the first half of 2022.



The workshop will be held virtually, on April 8, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Due to the availability of quotas, you can confirm your attendance at the following link:






The new Strategic Plan is the instrument that will guide the institutional management of the IACHR, it will establish the programs, actions, and results to be achieved in the 2022-2026 period, and thus successfully fulfill its mission.



The construction of the new Strategic Plan consists of three phases:



In Phase 1, a situational diagnosis will be carried out and objectives and strategic orientation will be defined to delve into the expectations of the planning process and the expected results, as well as to identify the necessary innovations required by the current context of Human Rights in the Americas.



In Phase 2, consultations will be held with the participation of OAS member states, representatives of civil society organizations, experts, representatives of academia, international organizations, and donors, to identify proposals and priority issues for Human Rights of Population Groups of the Americas. This phase will culminate in May 2022, with consultations on the topics of the IACHR Rapporteurship, in which expert organizations on each of the topics will be invited to participate, in the second half of May.



In the third and final phase, the final content of the 2022-2026 Strategic Plan will be prepared, which will contain, in turn, a plan for monitoring and evaluating its implementation and impact.



This Forum is part of phase 2 and has the objective of knowing the perspectives and innovative proposals of civil society organizations and non-state stakeholders, on how the IACHR can be more effective in fulfilling its mandate to strategically face the challenges that are glimpsed in the hemisphere in the coming years, and jointly develop collaborative actions.



For the IACHR, the participation of civil society in this process is fundamental, in order to continue building the mechanisms for the promotion and protection of the Human Rights of all the people of the Americas.



Any questions or additional information required can be requested through the following email:


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