La Convención Internacional para la protección de todas las personas contra las desapariciones forzadas.: Un gran paso hacia una mayor protección en la lucha contra este fenómeno.

On October 31, 2006 the United Nations General Assembly adopted by consensus the International Convention for the protection of all persons against enforced disappearances. The Convention is the first universak binding treaty and has come to fill the legal vacuum surrounding this issue. At the same... Deskribapen osoa

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Laburpena: On October 31, 2006 the United Nations General Assembly adopted by consensus the International Convention for the protection of all persons against enforced disappearances. The Convention is the first universak binding treaty and has come to fill the legal vacuum surrounding this issue. At the same time, it means recognition that enforced disappearances are neither a phenomenon of the past nor an exclusive tool ot the former Latin America military juntas. The International Convention has included in its text higt standards of human rights protection recognised by the doctrine and international tribunals and claimed for long time by the civil society. Thus, from a theoretical point of view we are in presence of an international treaty with the proper tools to face the phenomenon of enforced disappearances in the world.