Resources

Inclusive Development International and Equitable Cambodia launched a new resource for the defense of land and housing rights: Avoiding Forced Evictions: A Community Guide to Negotiation and Advocacy (Cambodian Edition) ...

Since the ratification of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, several United Nations mechanisms for enforcing and protecting economic, social, and cultural rights have emerged. One of the most important international mechanisms for defending and promoting ESCR...

The International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net) has recently released its Annual Report, highlighting...

The Campaign for Peoples Goals for Sustainable Development (CPGSD) and IBON International released a new publication on the Corporate Capture of the International Development Agenda and why the SDGs cannot stop it.

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Extra-territorial obligations (ETOs) are increasingly recognized as essential to ensuring a global framework built on human rights.  As a consequence, civil society is demanding that ETOs be applied through human rights monitoring, enforcement, accountability and...

Liberia is ‘back in business’. The Ebola outbreak left the country’s economy badly dented. But since the country was declared Ebola free on 9 May 2015, the government has been actively promoting private sector investment again. The first trade missions to the country...

Community Resources Centre, Northern Development Foundation, Thai Sea Watch Association, E-Sarn Human Rights, and Peace Information Centre Project for Campaign for Public Policy on Mineral Resources presented a report on Economic, Social and Cultural...

International Accountability Roundtable Project (ICAR), in partnership with Oxfam America and Global Witness, released its Launch of ICAR's "Tainted Lands: Land, Corruption, and Human Rights" Project under the expert leadership of ...

New guide published by Habi Center for Environmental Rights on complaints relating to the right to water

The ETO Consortium released a new publication series to provide guidance on how to apply extraterritorial obligations

ESCR-Net Corporate Accountability Working Group launches new practitioners’ guide to support the interpretation and application of ETOs in the context of corporate human rights violations