"The Court has stated that it cannot be considered that every difference in treatment, in itself, violates human dignity. The Court has also distinguished between distinctions and discriminations, so that the former are differences that are compatible with the American Convention because they are reasonable, proportionate and objective, while the latter are arbitrary differences that lead to the detriment of human rights. "
OAS (IACHR): Case of Castañeda Gutman v. México, par. 211

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Case of Castañeda Gutman v. México


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