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This first blog in our “OPERA Stories” series highlights NGO Hakijamii's use of OPERA, our analytic framework, to support rights-claiming in Kenya.
CESR and partners used OPERA to monitor the government's fulfillment of the right to mental health.
While UN human rights bodies are issuing stronger recommendations on ESCR, CESR works with national partners around the world to build up implementation tracking mechanisms.
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.
2012 has seen the Center working closely with national human rights institutions in Kenya, New Zealand and Malaysia to boost their capacity to advance economic and social rights in their countries.
In May 2012 the KNCHR released the findings of its national public inquiry into sexual and reproductive health.
CESR has been supporting KNCHR pioneering work on economic and social rights.
New primer to enable more effective monitoring of economic, social and cultural rights in the East African country.