Monitoring

The Monitoring Working Group builds persuasive evidence for ESCR advocacy, for the purpose of ensuring that States and other key actors act in accordance with their human rights obligations. It does so by facilitating mutual learning, knowledge-sharing, and access to innovative tools and resources which enable an assessment of the extent of human rights compliance in practice. Read more…

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Who we are

The Monitoring Working Group is composed of approximately 40 NGOs, networks, individual advocates and academics from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin and North Americas, working towards effective monitoring of economic, social and cultural rights through using a variety of innovative tools, methods and approaches. The Working Group is guided by the members of the Steering Committee listed below. For a complete list of the ESCR-Net members participating in the Monitoring Working Group, please click here. For more information or any questions, please contact the ESCR-Net Secretariat at monitoring@escr-net.org.