Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (General)

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The Visualizing Data for Human Rights Advocacy guidebook was launched by a group of the New York University (NYU) academics. (It is currently only available in English.) The guidebook provides accessible information on...

Economic and social rights is a crucial area of human rights law that has long been marginalised in the UK. This is despite the fact that the rights to housing, work, an adequate standard of living, food, social security, education, water and health are central to human survival and development...

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Individual ESCR-Net member Rasha Jarhum, alongside fellow Yemeni public figures, co-signed a statement condemning the Saudi-led Arab coalition’s decision to close Yemen’s land, sea and air ports. This decision will lead to increased suffering for the Yemeni people, who have been facing war-torn hardships these last three years, further undermining human rights. The decision was taken in spite of calls made by local and international organizations warning that such a blockade will result in the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis precipitated by war.

Video Volunteers (VV) runs India's only reporting network that is focused exclusively on providing broad coverage from the poorest, most media-dark districts in India. Their...

The Housing and Land Rights Network (HLRN), in collaboration with the Information and Resource Centre for the Deprived Urban Communities (IRCDUC), released a study...

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The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID), published a policy brief, Illicit Financial Flows: Why we should claim these resources for...

The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) published this report analyzing their findings after researching the current legal developments in...

Developed by an ESCR-Net Member

The Democracy Center co-hosted the first of two video conferences with the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), as part of their efforts to help document successful campaigns against...