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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A new CESR analysis asks if Cambodia is dedicating maximum available resources to realizing economic and social rights
Poverty is an assault on human dignity, but it can also reflect a violation of human rights when it is the direct consequence of government policy or is caused by the failure of governments to act.
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.
This report, from June 2004, presents ten categories of US violations of the laws of occupation.
CESR has focused on efforts to improve educational standards in New York City public schools by bringing a human rights perspective to education issues.
In March 2003, CESR presented a comprehensive analysis of why a war against Iraq would be unequivocally illegal.
CESR and its allies conducted a fact-finding mission to examine impacts of the privatization of water in Ghana.
Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development Report, March 2003.
This preliminary report examines violations of women workers' human rights in the Choe factories in New York City.
2001 report on a CESR investigation to the current operation of the gold mining industry in Honduras since the passage of the General Mining Law in November 1998.
Comments based on the report 'From Needs to Rights: Recognizing the Right to Health in Ecuador'.