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This study analyzes all supervision hearings conducted by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The analysis shows that even private hearings can promote compliance. Shaming is not the only instrument to induce state compliance; dialogue can be effective when courts engage the right stakeholders.
Professor of Political Science and Global Affairs
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
Angie Katherine García Atehortúa
Notre Dame Law School LLM Candidate
Co-sponsored by the Notre Dame Reparations Design and Compliance Lab.