In this first phase, the aim was to provide arguments to asylum deinstitutionalization movement by raising awareness of the links between corruption and human rights violations. To this end, we decided to analyze the transparency and accountability levels in the mental health subsystem of the City of Buenos Aires. Based on the research we performed, we concluded that the mental health policy based on the institutionalization of its users that is implemented in the City, does not only violate the […]Read More
ACIJ’s judicial case.Read More
Progress has been made on the ruling implementation of access to the right to water and sanitation in Villa 31
After eight years of failing to comply with the Court order that states that a public works plan must be developed, a legal settlement was achieved and in 2014 a 50% of the plan was completed, which meant that thousands of people have currently gained access to these basic services.Read More
Wednesday, October 22nd at 5 pm University of Buenos Aires’ Law School.Read More
Together with Fundación Avina, Foro de Periodismo Argentino,Fundación Cambio Democrático, Fundación La Alameda, Contadores Forenses y Fundación Crear Vale la PenaRead More
Building upon the citizen engagement agenda promoted by OLACEFS´ Participation Committee, ACIJ provided technical assistance to the Comptrollers´ General of Paraguay and Costa Rica.Read More
ACIJ, together with Wingu, launch the online platform on October 26 in Villa Soldati.Read More
Reports from Argentina, Peru and Uruguay.Read More
NGO’s request an Inter-American Commission of Human Rights hearing about failure to elect a national Ombudsman.
ACIJ, ADC, INECIP, FARN and Poder Ciudadano were the requesting organizations.Read More
Online platform “Declaraciones Juradas Abiertas” (Public Officials Asset Disclosure) has been awarded a prize.
Completed by ACIJ together with the Legislative Director, ‘Poder Ciudadano’ and the newspaper La Nación.Read More