Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI)
The Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI, by its initials in Spanish) was created in November 2014 through an agreement between the IACHR, the Mexican State, and representatives of the disappeared students in Ayotzinapa. This agreement also established the main activities to be carried out by the GIEI: to draw up plans for searching for the disappeared persons alive; technical analysis of the lines of investigation to determine criminal liabilities; and technical analysis of the Plan for Integral Attention to the Victims (Plan de Atención Integral a las Víctimas) of the events of September 26 and 27, 2014.
The GIEI is comprised of Carlos Martín Beristain, Angela Buitrago, Francisco Cox Vial, Claudia Paz y Paz and Alejandro Valencia Villa.
Ayotzinapa Report II (in Spanish)
Executive Summary (in Spanish)
GIEI Bulletins (in Spanish)
IACHR Press Releases
Press Release 44/16 - IACHR Categorically Rejects Smear Campaign in Mexico against Group of Experts and Executive Secretary
Press Release 6/16 - IACHR Expresses Confidence and Support to the Independent Experts Members of the GIEI
Press Release 119/15 - IACHR Extends Mandate of Interdisciplinary Group of Experts
Press Release 99/15 - IACHR Extends Mandate of Interdisciplinary Group of Experts
Press Release 08/15 - Interdisciplinary Group of Experts to Launch at IACHR Headquarters its Work on the Case of the Students of Ayotzinapa, Mexico
Press Release 136/14 - IACHR Makes Official Technical Cooperation Agreement about Ayotzinapa Students in Mexico