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CESR 25th Anniversary Reception Thursday, November 8th, 2018 Scandinavia House, New York, NY
The format for the side event focuses on open discussion, rather than formal presentations, in order to encourage lively debate and collective exploration of a complex topic. To facilitate that, we have prepared a short discussion paper setting out key issues and questions that have been raised in our consultations to date. Remarks from participants on the issues raised in the paper are strongly encouraged.
Joint submission to a report by the High Commissioner for Human Rights on civil society space in multilateral institutions
Submission available in pdf format here
Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council Advisory Committee on development and the enjoyment of human rights by all
Joint submission by CESR; ATD Fourth World; The Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Franciscans International to the UN Human Rights Council Advisory Committee informing a study on development and the enjoyment of all human rights.
CESR presents four new case studies – from Kenya, Ireland, Angola, and Egypt – illustrating some of the diverse ways our OPERA Framework for monitoring economic and social rights can be applied.
CESR has developed a simple, yet comprehensive four-step framework to analyze various aspects of the obligation to fulfill economic and social rights. OPERA analyzes different measures for specific human rights principles and standards on four levels: Outcomes, Policy Efforts, Resources and Assessment.
This case study explains how the OPERA methodology was deployed to to assess Guatemala’s compliance with its human rights commitments.
A new CESR publication brings together the expertise of over 40 leading figures in confronting the challenges of economic and social rights monitoring.
A new working group has been formed within the International Network on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights to promote innovative tools and techniques for ESC rights monitoring and foster mutual learning about their use.
This manual written for CESR and Sri Lanka's Law Society Trust gives a detailed introduction to the Covenant and on how to report to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
In recent years there has been a surge of interest in economic, social and cultural rights and more generally in the intersection of economic development and human rights.
Developing rigorous monitoring tools has been an uphill battle for those working on advancing economic and social rights. CESR offers a contribution to that ongoing work with this new publication.