Community-led monitoring


Community-led monitoring is a process through which community members collect and analyze data on issues that affect them, and use it to organize, campaign and advocate for their rights and for structural change.

Resources

Nazdeek has partnered with communities in Delhi to develop effective and accessible strategies for monitoring essential...
These resources look at the work of ESCR-Net member Participation and Practice of Rights based in Northern Ireland (UK...
This report explores how Rural, indigenous, migrant, and urban poor (RIMUP) women in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Lao...

Get involved

If you would like to collaborate with members of this working group  and are:

  • a social movement or a community group that is working on telling its own story,
  • an organization, including other ESCR-Net members, that partners with communities to collect, analyze and use data for ESCR advocacy

please contact the Monitoring Working Group Coordinator Francesca, at: fferuglio@escr-net.org.

The project

This project aims to increase the centrality of communities in documenting and analysing common global conditions affecting our ESCR by strengthening participatory approaches to documentation and monitoring among ESCR-Net members.


Through working closely with social movement members, along with their communities and their allied partners, we hope to: develop, carry out, monitor and document strategies that reflect the lived experience and resistance in communities; amplify narratives; and build connections across struggles.