The first joint law report of the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights, European Court of Human Rights, and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights has been published. The 107-page report covers 2019 and is the product of the three courts' "solid judicial dialogue" on human rights. The report presents a selection of the leading decisions of each court from that year, some of which, according to the report's introduction (signed by each of the courts' respective presidents), "illustrate how the courts are increasingly having regard to each other’s approach to human rights protection." The report is presented by court, and within each court section, cases are grouped by the human rights at issue in the cases selected. The report does not make any conclusions, but its introduction notes that it is "hope[d] that this selection will assist in showing both the similarities and where the judicial approach differs."