Make our rights law: Enforce economic, social and cultural rights
Economic, social and cultural rights are enshrined in the universal Declaration of Human rights and in various treaties, including the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural rights. They are recognized in the national laws of many countries. Yet millions of people are denied these rights on a daily basis. In this campaign digest Amnesty International calls on all governments to ensure economic, social and cultural rights are enforceable and to ensure effective and accessible remedies for violations.
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- MALTA: THE EL HIBLU 1 CASE- THREE TEENAGERS IN THE DOCK FOR DARING TO OPPOSE THEIR RETURN TO SUFFERING IN LIBYA
- Jordan: Imprisoned women, stolen children: Policing sex, marriage and pregnancy in Jordan
- Civil Society Position Paper on the 2020 Review of UN General Assembly Resolution 68/268 on ‘Strengthening and enhancing the effective functioning of the human rights treaty body system’