This case concerns human rights violations resulting from the State's general prohibition of the practice of in vitro fertilization. The victims, couples affected by fertility problems, argued that the prohibition constituted an arbitrary interference into the right to a private life, the right to start a family, and the right to equality. The Court found that the State violated the American Convention on Human Rights.
Violations Against The Inter-American Convention On Human Rights
Article 11(2) Prohibition of Arbitrary Interference with Private Life, Family, Home, Correspondence, and of Unlawful Attacks on Honor and Dignity
Did the State Accept International Responsibility?
Did the State Raise Preliminary Objections?