Across Latin America, the storm clouds of fiscal austerity are gathering. CESR is working with partners in the region to promote human rights-informed fiscal reforms.
CESR has been working closely with the Macedonian Health Education and Research Association in its efforts to hold its government to account.
Nota de prensa: CESR y sus contrapartes reiteran que la reforma sanitaria contraviene los estándares internacionales de derechos humanos.
Press release: A key UN human rights body hears evidence that Switzerland’s financial system is undermining women’s rights around the world.
CESR's Ignacio Saiz and Luke Holland examine the spreading threat of unjust austerity in the Civicus '2016 State of Civil Society' report.
A UN human rights body has urged the UK to address its human rights responsibilities for facilitating cross-border tax abuse.
12 July 2016: Save the date: High-Level Political Forum side event - A Human Rights Approach to Combating Inequalities and Discrimination
Read the oral statement delivered by CESR at the the 32nd Session of the Human Rights Council.
Leading figures from the worlds of human rights and tax justice reflect on the critical importance of bringing these spheres of activism together.
CESR and the Asia Pacific Forum (APF) present a new manual - ‘Defending Dignity’ - designed to strengthen the role of National Human Rights Institutions in monitoring and enforcing economic, social and cultural rights. The manual is complemented by a series of motion graphics and explanatory videos.This introduction unpacks the question of what is monitoring, and what should it mean for NHRIs getting to grips with economic, social and cultural rights. It covers a wide range of activities that NHRIs commonly undertake as part of their mandated functions.