OBJETIVOS DE DESARROLLO SOSTENIBLE
La adopción de los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio supuso un hito para la comunidad internacional. Sin embargo, los esfuerzos para lograr su cumplimiento están siendo insuficientes.
Derechos en Crisis
La pobreza no es natural ni inevitable, sino una injusticia exacerbada por violaciones a los derechos humanos. La crisis economica actual ha demostrado como las políticas inadecuadas profundizan la pobreza, inequidad y privación.
La Era de la Austeridad en españa
Lo que en España comenzó como una crisis económica, está derivando en una crisis de derechos humanos. El impacto ha sido especialmente duro entre la gente joven, y los grupos marginalizados, como las mujeres y la comunidad roma.
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As UN criticizes Switzerland, pressure mounts over human rights impacts of tax havens
Press release: Switzerland has received stern recommendations from the UN’s women’s rights treaty-monitoring body over the impacts of its role as a tax haven.
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USA: Time for renewed vigilance for equality and human rights
Statement: The election of Donald Trump as US president begs sober reflection on the role human rights issues have played in the presidential campaign and on the implications of his victory.
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Rights and Resources: Embedding human rights into corporate tax regimes
The International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and CESR invite you to a panel discussion on the occasion of the 2016 Forum on Business and Human Rights.
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Uganda's development policies under scrutiny from UN rights body
Press release: Uganda's development policies have come under international scrutiny as the country appeared before the Human Rights Council.
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From Disparity to Dignity: Inequality and the SDGs
Publication: CESR is proud to present a new briefing examining the human rights issues at stake in SDG10.
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Development without rights? Uganda to face United Nations scrutiny

In advance of Uganda's appearance before the Universal Periodic Review, CESR and ISER publish a new set of factsheets on key economic and social rights issues.
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The Universal Periodic Review: a skewed agenda?
New research has revealed important shortcomings in the Universal Periodic Review's attention to economic, social and cultural rights.
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Tax, Inequality & Human Rights
Leading figures from the worlds of human rights and tax justice reflect on the critical importance of bringing these spheres of activism together.
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Amina J Mohammed
Amina J Mohammed, Special Adviser to the UN Secretary General on Post-2015 Development Planning, talks to CESR about the role human rights and tax justice must play in future development efforts.
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Philip Alston
Philip Alston, UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights and former CESR chair, addresses the International Strategy Meeting 'Advancing Tax Justice Through Human Rights' in Lima, Peru, 29 April 2015.
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