Executive summary for the thematic hearing on fiscal policy in Latin America during IACHR sessions, Dominican Republic, May 11, 2018.
Courts rely on specialized evidence such as scientific and technical data in pursuing an economic and social rights claim.
Recommendations on how activists can use the WDR to advance economic and social rights.
IACHR briefing on relevance of fiscal policies for reducing poverty and human rights violations in the Americas.
New briefing on the IMF's fluctuating positions on austerity as it impacts women.
New report: Fiscal Policy for Equality and Rights: Mapping debates, initiatives and actors in the Andean Region
CESR is proud to present a new briefing examining the human rights issues at stake in SDG10 and offering a set of human rights-based policy proposals to ensure the promise of this goal is fulfilled.
New research by CESR and the Sciences Po Human Rights Clinic reveals important shortcomings that in the UPR's attention to certain rights.
New book includes a chapter by Allison Corkery, Director of CESR’s Rights Claiming and Accountability Program, on fact-finding methodologies and the multidimensional nature of chronic deprivations.
For the first time, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has played host to a thematic hearing specifically focused on fiscal policy and human rights.