ESCR-Net Caselaw Database: A database of ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS related jurisprudence, cases and other decisions
WELCOME TO THE ESCR-NET CASELAW DATABASE, a collaborative project developed under the leadership of the Steering Committee Members, our Academic partners, and many groups and individuals working to advance economic, social and cultural rights (ESCR) throughout the world. The Caselaw database makes ESCR-related pleadings, commentary and decisions available to a wide audience of ESCR activists and defenders from a range of countries, legal traditions and languages (Spanish and English). In doing so, it serves to facilitate the exchange of information and strategies, disseminate tools for a rights-based approach to social injustice, encourage discussion of crucial challenges for ESCR advocacy, and inspire joint projects.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested in getting involved in this project. The database is a work in progress and we hope to develop it further with the involvement of interested ESCR advocates and organizations.
We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to all the advocates, researchers and rights claimants who contributed to the creation of this database.