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Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights publications

Working Paper –  Human Rights Law Sources:  UN Pronouncements on Extra-Territorial Obligations

Submission to the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on Women’s Right to Work with a focus on sweatshops in the Philippines (with local partner Defend Jobs)

Submission to the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on the Zerk Report on Corporate Liability for Gross Human Rights Abuses May 2014

Practitioners Guide on the Human Rights-Based Approach and the Right to Participation

Practitioners Guide on Human Rights-Based Approach to the Environment and Climate Change

Practitioners Guide on Using CEDAW to Secure Women’s Land and Property Rights

Issue Brief #1: The dangerous work of defending rights to land, housing and productive resources

Advocacy Update on Rights to Housing, Land and Access to Productive Resources: July to December 2014 Highlights

Advocacy Update on Rights to Housing, Land and Access to Productive Resources: January to June 2014 Highlights

Advocacy Update on Rights to Housing, Land and Access to Productive Resources: 2013 Highlights

Update from Geneva:  Legal Accountability of Non-State Actors for Human Rights Violations Abroad, March 2014

Update from Geneva: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights at the UN Human Rights Council, 32nd Session, Summer 2016

Update from Geneva: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights at the UN Human Rights Council, 31st Session, Spring 2016

Update from Geneva: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights at the UN Human Rights Council, 30th Session, Fall 2015

Update from Geneva: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights at the UN Human Rights Council, 29th Session, Summer 2015

Update from Geneva: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights at the UN Human Rights Council, 28th Session, Spring 2015

Update from Geneva: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights at the UN Human Rights Council, 27th Session, Fall 2014

Update from Geneva:  Economic, Social and Cultural Rights at the UN Human Rights Council, 26th Session, Spring 2014

The Road to a Remedy: Current Issues in Litigating Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Article: Falling Short of Our Goals – Transforming the Millennium Development Goals into Millennium Development Rights

Research Paper on Security of Tenure: Legal and Judicial Aspects (Research Paper prepared for the Special Rapporteur on adequate housing as a component of the right to an adequate standard of living and on the right to non-discrimination in this context, Raquel Rolnik, to inform her Study on Security of Tenure)

Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Annual Report 2014

Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Annual Report 2013

Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Annual Report 2012

Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Annual Report 2011

 

 

Archives of the Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE)

Following is a selection of COHRE documents to which staff of the GI-ESCR have contributed. 

Other documents from the COHRE Archives are available upon request from globalinitiative@globalinitiative-escr.org

COHRE Housing and ESC Rights Law Quarterlies

COHRE Report on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Litigation Strategies

COHRE Litigating Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Legal Practitioners Dossier

COHRE Report on Mega-Events and Housing Rights: Fair Play for Housing Rights

COHRE Handbook on the Pinhiero Principles (UN Principles on Housing and Property Restitution for Refugees and Displaced Persons)

COHRE Report on Violence: Forced Eviction and its Impact on Women

COHRE Report on Women, Slums and Urbanization: Examining the Causes and Consequences

COHRE Issue Brief 1:  Women and Forced Eviction

COHRE Issue Brief 2:  Women and Housing Rights in Africa

COHRE Issue Brief 3:  Women and Housing Rights in Latin America

COHRE Issue Brief 4:  Women and Housing Rights in Asia

COHRE Issue Brief 5:  Women and Urbanization

COHRE Issue Brief 6: Woman and Housing Rights – Basic Human Rights Standards

COHRE Issue Brief 7:  Women and Housing Rights – Inheritance and Joint Control

COHRE Issue Brief 8:  Women and Housing Rights in the context of HIV / AIDS

COHRE Issue Brief 9:  Women and Housing Rights – Gender-Based Violence

COHRE Issue Brief 10:  Girls and Housing Rights

COHRE Fact Sheet: Women and Housing Rights

COHRE Fact Sheet: Women and the Right to Water

COHRE Fact Sheet: Making the Human Right to Water a Reality

COHRE Manual on the Human Right to Water

COHRE Report on Significance of Human Rights in MDG Policy-Making on Water and Sanitation

 

Resources from Networks and Partners

ETOs in the Context of Eco-destruction and Climate Change from our library (available in English and Spanish).

ETOs in the Context of International Financial Institutions from our library (available in English and Spanish).

Open Society Foundation Briefing Paper: Securing Women’s Land and Property Rights: A Critical Step To Address HIV, Violence and Food Security

ESCR-Net Caselaw Database: A database of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights related jurisprudence, cases and other decisions 

ESCR-Net Publication: Seeding Hope? Land in the International Human Rights Agenda: Challenges and Prospects

WASH United, WaterLex and Freshwater Action Network publication:  Source Book on the Human Right to Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation

Brot fur die Wert: Corporate Influence on the Business and Human Rights Agenda of the United Nations

 

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