|39||Free trade, violence, impunity and peoples’ right in Mexico (2011-2014)|
|38||Sri Lanka and Tamil people II (Bremen, 7-6 December 2013)|
|37||Agrochemical transnational corporation (Bangalore, 3-6 December 2011)|
|36||Sri Lanka and the Tamil people I (14-16 January 2010)|
|35||Philippines II (The Hague, 21-25 March 2007)|
|34||The European Union and transnational companies in Latin America: policies, instruments and actors complicit in the violations of peoples’ rights (Madrid, 14-17 May 2010)33 More cases are listed at http://www.internazionaleleliobasso.it/?page_id=207&lang=en|
- Individuals who believe that their rights have been violated must first lodge a complaint with the Commission and have that body rule on the admissibility of the claim.
- If the case is ruled admissible and the state deemed at fault, the Commission will generally serve the state with a list of recommendations to make amends for the violation.
- Only if the state fails to abide by these recommendations, or if the Commission decides that the case is of particular importance or legal interest, will the case be referred to the Court.
- The presentation of a case before the Court can therefore be considered a measure of last resort, taken only after the Commission has failed to resolve the matter in a non-contentious fashion.