The MESECVI is the guardian of compliance with the Belém Do Pará Convention. Its task is to monitor that the States comply with the obligations derived from the Convention and guarantee women the rights it recognizes.
This follow-up is carried out during Multilateral Evaluation Rounds, through a system of progress indicators developed to measure the performance of the States.
- To follow up on the commitments undertaken by the States Parties to the Convention and review how they are being implemented.
- To promote the implementation of the Convention and contribute to the achievement of the objectives established therein
- To establish a system of technical cooperation among the States Parties, which shall be open to other Member States and Permanent Observer States, for the exchange of information, experiences, and best practices as a means to update and harmonize their domestic legislation, as appropriate, and attain other common objectives associated with the Convention.