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 and knowledge-sharing, deepening critical analysis and coordinating collective action to advance the realization of human rights in practice.
Where we are
Who we are
The Monitoring Working Group is composed of over 40 members - NGOs, activists and academics from across regions - working towards effective monitoring of economic, social and cultural rights at national and international levels. Aware of the critical role of data for advancing social justice, working group members use a variety of traditional and innovative tools, methods and approaches. For a complete list of the ESCR-Net members participating in the Monitoring Working Group, please click here. For more information or questions, please contact Francesca Feruglio, Monitoring Working Group Coordinator.
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- Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia (ACIJ), Argentina
- Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR), United States
- Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL, Rutgers University), United States
- Centro de Archivos y Acceso a la Información Pública (CAinfo), Uruguay
- Economic and Social Rights Centre - Hakijamii, Kenya
- Fundar-Centro de Análisis e Investigación, Mexico
- Habitat International Coalition (HIC), International
- Initiative for Social and Economic Rights (ISER), Uganda
- Nazdeek, India
- Participation and the Practice of Rights, United Kingdom
- Right to Education Initiative (RTE), United Kingdom