Peru – NHRIs



There are a total of 97 actions with more than 150 indicators, distributed in five strategic guidelines and 13 objectives, involving 21 public entities of the Executive Power, with the support, according to their competences, of the Judicial Power, the Public Ministry, the Academy of the Magistracy, the Ombudsman’s Office, regional governments and other institutions. These actions have the State as the main responsible, but their effectiveness requires a strategic alliance with the business sector and all social actors, based on equitable participation, timely accountability, and compliance with each one’s duty. – page 7


3.2. Conclusions of the specific issues

Judicial and extrajudicial reparation mechanisms

It is necessary to strengthen the operational and technical capacity of the PNC and explore the possibility of establishing collaboration mechanisms with the Ombudsman’s Office for the attention of specific instances, as well as to institutionalize the mediation to address social conflicts so that its function is preventive and accessible to the potentially affected population. – page 51

Table 8: NAP strategic guidelines and objectives, and alignment with the axes of the Peru Vision 2050

Strategic guideline No. 2: Design of public protection policies to prevent human rights violations in the business environment.

Objective No. 1: Promote regulatory actions to prevent human rights violations in the corporate sphere

Action: Promote capacity building on GP-RBC between the Ombudsman’s Office, the National Contact Point, and other national agencies.
Background: In order to strengthen the coherence of public policies in the area of GP-RBC, it is important to generate the articulation of different public entities. In this sense, the work of the National Contact Point would be strengthened through synergies with the Ombudsman’s Office and other additional agencies, which could also strengthen the fulfillment of its functions.
Indicator: National Point of Contact, with the collaboration of MINJUSDH. – page 68