A new CESR briefing explores the human rights dimensions of the global economic crisis: its consequences, causes and responses.
A human rights analysis of government responses to the economic crisis
Edward Anderson, from the University of East Anglia examines how quantitative methods could be incorporated to assess governments' compliance with their human rights obligations.
New CESR study on health, education and food says fiscal and tax policy is largely responsible.
Hallazgos y conclusiones preliminares del informe: "Derechos o Privilegios?" (2008)
This report, from June 2004, presents ten categories of US violations of the laws of occupation.
In January 2003, a CESR organized a research mission to Iraq to assess the likely humanitarian consequences of war.
This report examines numerous violations to the right to food in Afghanistan, where the US-led war exacerbated and worsened the food situation drastically.
CESR and its allies conducted a fact-finding mission to examine impacts of the privatization of water in Ghana.
This report presents the findings of a human rights assessment mission to Afghanistan, undertaken in January 2002.