Reasons for consideration:
Border scholars on the border region of Mexico and the United Stats are interested in data on human rights violations. Border scholars in the San Diego region have expressed interest in the possibility of data mining Human Rights cases--except these haven't been digitized. Only the recommendations (cases that make it to the National Human Rights Commission) are digitized, and only the most recent recommendations have been anonymized. The CEDH human rights lawyers have also expressed interest to see past cases digitized. Currently, they only have access to the details of these cases in a minimal format: case number and case resolution. Digitization and anonymization of the data would allow researchers and citizens alike to learn the details of these cases.