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Co-designing popular education materials on human rights and climate change: some early insights
We brought together 30 activists from mining-affected communities across South Africa to explore new ways of expanding human rights knowledge.
CESR calls for intersectional climate justice which is rights-aligned and anti-racist
In the submission, we focused on reforms to global economic governance and the link between resource generation and the capacity to respond to climate change and its racially disparate impacts.
CSW in a time of climate and COVID crisis
Our Climate Justice Program Officer, Alina Saba, offers here a recount of the progress and challenges seen at CSW 66, the world’s largest gathering on women’s rights.
CESR calls for a Rights-Based Economy at CSW66
CESR’s team advocated for systemic economic transformations at the world’s largest gathering on women's rights.
Testing the Water: Using Opera to Assess How the Right to Water in India Is Protected in a Changing Climate
How can activists expose the effects of government policies on people's rights? In this guest blog, Harvard law student Laura Bach details her experience using our OPERA Framework to explore how the right to water is guaranteed in India.
Striking at the Roots of the Climate Crisis
The climate crisis is also a human rights crisis that requires a courageous, informed and robust response from the human rights community.
How much longer for a legally-binding accord on emissions reductions?
The agreement from the UN climate change negotiations in Cancún has received high praise, but also criticism of a crackdown on social justice activists. A look at the human rights implications.