The vectors of incorporation of International Human Rights Law in the work of the Ecuadorian Constitutional Court. Case study: Judgment No. 1 1-18-CN / 19.

A vector is a line segment that joins two points in space, A and B, considering that A is the beginning of the segment and B is the end of it. Therefore, the vector has a direction magnitude, which is the length of the segment AB. In this work, it is stated that the analyzed vectors have a different origin, but all have the same end, becoming concurrent or angular vectors, interacting at a specific point. This Physics’ figure is related to the approach of “judicial dialogue”, especially regarding the protection of human rights. If we consider that there is a flow of information that starts from a certain point (international human rights courts) and reaches another (Constitutional Court of Ecuador), it is worth asking what vectors this traffic follows.