This Bank of experiences or good practices is the result of the systematization and analysis of information obtained through different operators. It is, undoubtedly, a tool that has an excellent potential in its development, considering the capacity it can generate along with the implementation of policies of international cooperation recommended by the IIN as useful to the process of international restitution.
The practices, strategies or actions by the States that have produced good results when implemented, are recognized here, making their inclusion possible in a joint effort to cooperatively approach the problem of international abduction.
It also represents an appeal to international solidarity, where some set a good example for others, along a strategic line of permanent international cooperation, which is the inspiring principle of the actions of the IIN. These actions must always be ascribed to an optic of promotion and defense of human rights.