We document the challenges and obstacles to realizing economic, social and cultural rights at the national level by:
- PUBLISHING RESEARCH to address the information gap on economic, social and cultural rights and deepen their understanding.
Many countries lack information and publicly available data on economic, social and cultural rights. Myths about these rights, including the fact that they are not fully human rights, lead to uninformed political decisions and a lack of public debate on these issues.
Covering issues such as the right to health or the right to education, our resources are developed in collaboration with national NGOs to meet specific needs. Our publications are used by these NGOs as tools to advocate for lasting changes in national policies and practices.
- CARRYING OUT FACT FINDING MISSIONS to gather information on progress and obstacles to the implementation of these rights in a given country.
- PUBLISHING research reports or fact finding reports.