Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
Website of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, includes basic documents and texts, annual and special publications and news releases.

Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Official site of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, containing links to general information, court composition, publications, basic documents, news releases and library resources.

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights Project
A searchable database of detailed summaries of cases rendered by the Inter-American Court, including descriptions of case facts, procedural history, merits, and states’ compliance with the Inter-American Court’s judgment.

Inter-American Commission Report Repository
Site containing downloadable reports and papers outlining the Commission’s findings on particular countries and human rights issues of concern in the Americas.

American University College of Law Human Rights Database
Contains Organisation of American States (OAS) annual reports and country reports from 1970 onwards.

Corte IDH Blog
Spanish language blog providing updates on the decisions and rulings of the Inter-American Court, as well as of academic articles dealing with this area. The blog is run by Oswaldo Ruiz Chiriboga, former senior lawyer at the court and current PhD candidate at the University of Ghent.

Washington College of Law: IAHRS Database
The Inter-American Human Rights Database contains documents in English and Spanish, adopted by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights since its first session in 1960.

Latin American Study Group on International Criminal Law
This study group has produced three comprehensive volumes on the IAHRS and international human rights law, which are available online. Volumes were published in 2010, 2011, and 2013.

The Inter-American System of Human Rights: A Research Guide
A background guide for researchers of the IAHRS providing an overview of its history, development and functions, as well as a number of links to further informational sources.

Observatory of the Inter-American Human Rights System
A project, based at Mexico’s National University, which aims to monitor activities of the IAHRS, promote debate regarding its standards and operations, and disseminate information about IAHRS decisions among academics, judicial officials and the wider public.