The Paris Principles were adopted by United Nations Commission on Human Rights Resolution 1992/54 of 1992 and General Assembly Resolution 48/134 of 1993 on national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights, held in Paris from 7 to 9 October 1991. The Paris Principles list a number of responsibilities for national human rights institutions.  In addition to these two important instruments, the Council of Europe`s action in the field of human rights includes other specific instruments and conventions that complement the guarantees and provisions of the ECHR by addressing certain vulnerable situations or groups. Traditional monitoring systems are complemented by other independent bodies, such as the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance and the Commissioner for Human Rights. Overall, the Council of Europe`s work on human rights should be able to take into account social, scientific and technological developments and the new challenges they may face for human rights. Many countries in the Americas, including Colombia, Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela, have been charged with human rights violations. The Organisation of American States and the Council of Europe, like the UN, have adopted treaties (albeit with weaker implementation mechanisms) containing catalogues of economic, social and cultural rights, in addition to the above-mentioned conventions, which relate mainly to civil and political rights: whereas in the Charter the peoples of the United Nations have reaffirmed their faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person and in equality between men and women, and decided to promote social progress and a better standard of living in larger freedom, complementing and complementing national and international human rights standards through the protection and promotion of human rights in certain regions of the world. There are three important regional human rights instruments that have defined human rights standards on a regional basis: (1) Men and women of full age have the right to marry and found a family without restriction on the basis of their race, nationality or religion. They are entitled to equal rights with respect to marriage, during marriage and upon dissolution….