Presentation on theme: "Mila Paspalanova FRA, May 12-13, 2011, Vienna ONU-DH México HR Indicators in Mexico: experiences and perspectives."— Presentation transcript:
Mila Paspalanova FRA, May 12-13, 2011, Vienna ONU-DH México HR Indicators in Mexico: experiences and perspectives
Main Objective: Strengthen the State´s capacity to monitor compliance with international HR instruments and standards.
Promote the application of OHCHR methodology (HRI/MC/2008/3) : -Governmental institutions (federal, state, and local level) -PHRI (National and local) -NSI -CSOs -Academia & capacity building activities
COUNTERPARTSINDICATORS NHRI and the NSI Health, Education, Freedom of expression, life, liberty and security Tribunal of Justice of Mexico City Fair trial and other states Ministry of Interior Evaluation of the impact of the NHRP Violence against women Ministry of Defense Impact of HR training programs HRI for Mexico City Evaluation of the impact of the Human Rights Program of Mexico City CONAPRED Non-discrimination
Validation: Comment of the validity The meta data sheet The results obtained Suggest alternative data sources Suggest alternative indicators
Indicators on the Right to a Fair trial: Adopted by the TSJDF(January 22, 2010): 76 process and outcome indicators as well as 25 qualitative and quantitative indicators referring to the: a) Institutional Independence of the Tribunal b) The judicial career and the selection of personnel c) The evaluation of the personnel and the system of penal and administrative responsibilities
Attributes N° of indicators Short term (1 year) Mid term (2 years) Long term (3 to 4 years) 1. General Indicators Access and equality before the TSJDF Public hearing by competent and independent courts Presumption of innocence and guarantees in the determination of criminal charges Special protection of children Appeals General outcome indicators TOTAL Fair Trial
Challenges Political Will Lack of political will to adopt a human rights perspective in governmental programs, policies and strategies. Human rights capacities Lack of installed capacities for the implementation of the human rights perspective (methodology, indicators, monitoring, etc.) Information and IT Infrastructure Lack of reliable, timely and longitudinal statistical information. New counterparts The need and relevance to incorporate new actors and counterparts at local and federal levels. Coordination Myriad of actors working on the same topics without exchanging experiences.