The Going Against the Grain conference focused on local grassroots initiatives that use human rights as a practical tool to actively take on vested interests and advance economic democracy.
January 23, 2018
Media: New factsheet "Human Rights in Times of Austerity" received coverage from at least thirty Brazilian publications and websites in the past month.
January 12, 2018
Media: Human rights expert writes that CESR stands out when citing tax havens as a drain on available resources that could provide adequate economic and social rights.
December 21, 2017
Media: The methods human rights researchers and advocates use determine what injustices we see and prioritize, making methodology far more than just a technical choice.
December 15, 2017
CESR and partners denounce recent Constitutional Court’s nullification of Basque guarantee of undocumented migrants' access to national healthcare.
December 14, 2017
Press release: CESR and partners present new empirical findings on austerity’s severe impact on food security, health and education in Brazil.
December 13, 2017
Media: CESR's Niko Lusiani writes in FACTCoalition about CESR bringing the human rights costs of the proposed U.S. tax cuts to the attention of leading UN human rights official Philip Alston now investigating poverty in the country.
December 11, 2017
Media: CESR's Allison Corkery writes in Open Society Foundations Voices blog about using OPERA tool with Legal Resources Centre to identify indicators and analyze data for tracking implementation in South African education rights case.
CESR raises concerns about US tax bill before UN human rights and poverty expert visiting the country
December 6, 2017
6 December: CESR Statement: As U.S. Congress considers drastically altering its tax code, CESR presented human rights costs of proposed cuts to the attention of visiting UN human rights and poverty official.
September 27, 2017
How can human rights advocacy help design policies that tackle economic inequality and social exclusion?
September 27, 2017
Agenda 2030 promised a more just future for all people but two years later, familiar dysfunctions have returned to the discourse of global development.