Over three decades, CESR has published more than 150 pieces that have shaped debates on human rights and economic policies. Browse our database of factsheets, reports, case studies, and more.
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This factsheet for the 2019 HLPF review suggests that South Africa is not taking the right policy and budgetary steps to reduce inequality, realize social and economic rights and achieve its sustainable development commitments.
Tax Justice and Human Rights: An Overview of Materials from the Center for Economic and Social Rights
Tacking Economic Inequality Through Human Rights: An Overview of Materials from the Center for Economic and Social Rights
Key CESR publications relating to the SDGs.
CESR's Egypt Social Progress Indicators project has published the first independent, systematic review of socioeconomic development in Egypt.
Meeting the Demands for Economic and Social Justice: Joint Submission on the Situation of Economic and Social Rights in Egypt
Fiscal austerity in Egypt has entrenched and worsened existing patterns of poverty, inequality and exclusion.
Abusive corporate tax practices are a structural obstacle to human rights fulfillment in the Americas.
Submission by the Initiative for Human Rights Principles and Guidelines in Fiscal Policy in Latin America to the OECD.
The August 2018 international convening identified strategies for more dynamic engagement between economic and social rights actors and others working for similar goals.
Enjoyment of the rights laid out in the South African Constitution remains elusive for the majority of people.
Joint Submission to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights for South Africa’s first period report, 64th Session, October 2018
South Africa submission explores the State's obligation to use “maximum available resources" and argues against austerity.
Country postcards produced for the High-Level Political Forum draw attention to systemic obstacles impeding the SDGs.
Executive summary for the thematic hearing on fiscal policy in Latin America for IACHR sessions.
Courts rely on specialized evidence like technical data in pursuing an economic and social rights claim.
Factsheet demonstrates how Spanish austerity disproportionately affects vulnerable populations.
CESR and partners used OPERA to monitor the government's fulfillment of the right to mental health.