Recommendations to states to finance economic, social and climate justice

Multiple crises – including armed conflict, climate change, economic instability and inequality, and the enduring impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic – have had catastrophic consequences on people’s economic and social rights. These crises also highlight the importance of international cooperation and solidarity: no country can respond alone; collective action is needed. States that have adequate resources have a human rights obligation to provide international assistance and cooperation to other states who need it in order to guarantee economic and social rights.
The recommendations in this document are the basis of Amnesty International’s advocacy at multiple international, regional and national fora where these issues are being discussed, including during the G7 and G20 processes, the PACT Summit, and the 28th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28).

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