This Resource Guide aims to improve the existing knowledge and understanding of activists and lawyers on international norms and standards, such as substantive equality, to support effective advocacy on women’s economic, social and cultural rights.
This factsheet provides a basic overview of the content of economic, social and cultural rights for women.
ESCR-Net has developed a new secure website dedicated to the System of Solidarity and Support (SOS), in order to harness the collective voices and resources of the Network to prevent serious human rights violations from occurring, and to increase protection for human rights defenders under threat.
The International Network on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net), the Centre for Law, Justice and Society (Dejusticia) and the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights (NCHR) organized the first Latin America Strategic Workshop on Enforcement of Positive Decisions on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Bogota (Colombia) on February 7-8, 2013, bringing together 20 lawyers and activists from across the region. The workshop was supported by the Ford Foundation and the University of Los Andes.