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On this page you will find links to a broad variety of useful resources to help you in your economic and social rights work. On the 'CESR Tools' page you wil also find an introduction to CESR's OPERA Framework - a simple but comprehensive guide to monitoring the obligation to fulfill economic and social rights - along with a variety of other resources and case studies.
Are you passionate about transforming the economic system? Are you a skilled and experienced finance and operations leader? Help us grow the capacity, diversity and reach of our vibrant global team working for a rights-based economy.
In late March and early April, we invited partners and allies from across the social, economic, and environmental justice movements to join a community call. Our aim? To learn from each other's work to transform the economy in the wake of COVID-19; to collectively reflect on shared challenges and opportunities; and explore ideas for how we can stay better connected and engaged to advance common goals.
The Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR) is currently seeking a part-time Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation (MLE) graduate intern to assist the organization’s Development Manager. Please see the description below for more information about the position. Applications will be considered until May 14, 2021.General information
03/11/2021Do you want to transform our economic system? Are you inspired by fighting inequalities and promoting human rights? The Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR) is seeking a dynamic Program Associate to help fulfil the goals of its 2020-2023 Strategy: Envisioning a Rights-Based Economy. The strategy aims to achieve the following objectives:
Speaking on a panel at the 2020 HLPF in July, Mihir Mankad said human rights must guide a just and green economic recovery to COVID.
At the heart of CESR’s 2020-2023 strategy is an ambitious goal to envision a rights-based economy and catalyze action towards it—taking into account the confluence of political, economic, climate, and health crises we now face.
On Friday, March 13, CESR co-sponsors a webinar on tax justice for women's rights, organized by the Global Alliance for Tax Justice’s tax and gender working group and part of the 64th session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
Throughout its history, CESR has undertaken successful initiatives at the intersection of environmental justice and economic and social rights. Much of this has focused on corporate accountability for environmental degradation and violations of the economic and social rights of marginalized communities and Indigenous peoples.
AGENT DE PROGRAMME, LES DROITS HUMAINS DANS LA POLITIQUE ÉCONOMIQUE ET SOCIALE Date limite de candidature : 20 décembre 2018
Several initiatives have sought to incorporate quantitative (numbers-based) approaches into human rights research. While these have shown particular strengths in measuring specific dimensions of economic and social rights fulfillment, to present a compelling picture of whether or not a government is meeting its obligations overall, a more holistic, mixed-methods approach is needed. OPERA helps facilitate such an approach, as illustrated in this detailed graphic.
A Lost Decade for Equality, Development and Human Rights? Assessing Austerity and its Alternatives 10 years after the global financial crisis Friday, April 20th | 9-10.30amInternational Monetary Fund HQ2 03B-838B
OPERA employs an eclectic mix of tools and techniques to help analyze deprivations that are systemic and entrenched, resulting from weaknesses in the design or implementation of public policies. An emerging theme in this work has been the importance of data in human rights research and advocacy.
9-15 December: CESR conducted a training workshop in Abuja, Nigeria with African national human rights institutions focused on strengthening engagement with ESCR.
The Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR) is an international non-governmental organization which works to promote social and economic justice through human rights. It carries out research and advocacy on policy trends affecting economic and social deprivation and inequality across the globe, and supports efforts of activists and communities to claim and defend economic and social rights.
The Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR) is an international non-governmental organization which works to promote human rights in social, economic and development policy. It carries out research and advocacy on trends affecting economic and social deprivation and inequality across the globe, and supports efforts of activists and communities to claim and defend economic and social rights.
CESR is committed to sharing the insights, challenges and lessons learned from innovative monitoring practices with our peers. We have discussed innovative monitoring practices with a broad audience—from local grassroots activists to international organizations, including Human Rights Watch, OHCHR, Oxfam Novib, and UNDP.