Otros enlaces y recursos para el control de los derechos ESC
Muchas otras personas y organizaciones trabajan también para desarrollar nuevos métodos de control de los derechos humanos.
- AAAS (2004) The Right to Health, A resource manual for NGOs (PDF download)
- Hall, Sarah (2005), Neonatal Mortality in Developing Countries: What can we learn from DHS data, Southsampton Statistical Science Research Institute, Working Paper A05/02, University of Southsampton.
- Maine, Debora and Yamin, Alicia (1999) "Maternal Mortality as a Human Rights Issue: Measuring Compliance with International Treaty Obligations' Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 21, No. 3
- International Federation of Health and Human Rights Organisations (IFHHRO) (2009) "The UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health: A Guide for Civil Society". www.ifhhro.org
- WHO (2007) “Women’s health and human rights: Monitoring the implementation of CEDAW”
- Economic and Social Commission for the Asia Pacific (2003) “Handbook on Reproductive Health Indicators”Special Rapporteur on Health, 'Report to the Commission on Human Rights' (Main focus: A human rights-based approach to health indicators) E/CN.4/2006/48
- Center on Budget Policy and Priorities (2001) "A Guide to Budget Work for NGOs"
- New Tactics in Human Rights.(2004) "Using Government Budgets as a Monitoring Tool: The Children’s Budget Unit in South Africa"
- Socorro, Maria 1999. "A Rights-Based Approach to Budget Analysis". International Human Rights Internship Program
- Fundar – Centro de Análisis e Investigación, the International Budget Project and the International Human Rights Internship Program (2004) “Dignity Counts: A guide to using budget analysis to advance human rights”
- QUB Budget Analysis Project (2010) “Budgeting for Economic and Social Rights: A Human Rights Framework”
- UNESCO (2004) Manual on Rights-based education (PDF download)
- Right to Education Project (2009) “Right to Education Indicator based on the 4A framework: Concept Paper”
- Kalantry, Sital, Getgen, Jocelyn, E., & Arrigg Koh, Steven (2010) “Enhancing Enforcement of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights Using Indicators: A Focus on the Right to Education in the ICESCR” Human Rights Quarterly, 32, 2, pp. 253-310
Alimentación y Agua
- FAO (2008) Methods to monitor the human right to adequate food FIAN/AAAS (2004) The Right to Food, A resource manual for NGOs
- Tomaševski, K. (ed.) (1987) The Right to Food: Guide through Applicable International Law. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
- Heinrich Böll Foundation, Bread for the World and the Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) (2005) “Monitoring Implementation of the Right to Water: A Framework for Developing Indicators”
- WHO & UNICEF (2006) “Core Questions on Drinking-water and Sanitation for Household Surveys”.
- UN-Habitat (2003) Monitoring housing rights, Developing a set of indicators to monitor the full and progressive realisation of the human right to adequate housing. Working paper No. 1.
- Housing and Land Rights Network / Habitat International Coalition. Methodology for Monitoring the Human Right to Adequate Housing: The Toolkit.
- Alston, Philip and James Crawford (eds). The Future of UN Human Rights Treaty Monitoring: Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
- Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (Organization of American States). "Guidelines for Preparation of Progress Indicators in the Area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights". En español: "Lineamientos para la elaboración de indicadores de progreso en materia de derechos económicos, sociales y culturales".
- UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on implementation of economic, social and cultural rights. July 2009Riedel, Eibe. "The IBSA Procedure as a Tool of Human Rights Monitoring" and “Indicators –Benchmarks – Scoping – Assessment: Background Paper”
- OHCHR (2008) “Report on Indicators for Promoting and monitoring the Implementation of Human Rights” (HRI/MC/2008/3)
- OHCHR, “Report on Indicators for Monitoring Compliance with International Human Rights Instruments” (HRI/MC/2006/7)
Quantitative Methods and Datasets
- Toronto Initiative for Economic and Social Rights. TIER Dataset on constitutional status of economic and social rights in developing countries.
- The Economic and Social Rights Empowerment Initiative. SERF Index: An Index of Economic and Social Rights Fulﬁllment
- McInerney-Lankford, S. A., Sano, H.-O., & World Bank. (2010). Human rights indicators in development: An introduction.
- UNDP (2000) Human Development Report: Human rights and human development.
- Landman, T., & Carvalho, E. (2010). Measuring human rights. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge
Theory and Academic
- Chapman, Audrey (1996) 'A "Violations Approach" for Monitoring the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights' Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 18, Number 1, pp. 23-66
- Felner, Eitan (2009) “Closing the ‘Escape Hatch’: a Toolkit to Monitor the Progressive Realization of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights,” Journal of Human Rights Practice, 1(3): 402-435.
- Rosga, AnnJanette, & Satterthwaite, Margaret. L. (2009) “The Trust in Indicators: Measuring Human Rights”, Berkeley Journal of International Law, Vol. 27, Number 2, pp. 253-315
- Robertson, Robert E. (1994. “Measuring State Compliance with the Obligation to Devote the `Maximum Available Resources´ to Realizing Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights”. Human Rights Quarterly, 16, 4, 693-714.
- Green, Maria (2001) “What We Talk About When We Talk About Indicators: Current Approaches to Human Rights Measurement” Human Rights Quarterly, 23, 4, pp. 1062-1097.
- Welling, Bronwyn Anne Judith (January 01, 2008) “International Indicators and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights” Human Rights Quarterly, 30, 4, pp. 933-958.
Organizations and Initiatives
Measuring Access to Justice Project is a research and development project with a primary goal to develop a standard methodology for measuring the costs and quality that users of justice may expect on the most common paths to justice. Access to justice is measured through three indicators - costs, quality of the procedure and quality of the outcome. These indicators are measured from the perspective of the users of justice.
International Budget Project was formed within the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities to collaborate with civil society organizations in developing countries to analyze, monitor, and influence government budget processes, institutions, and outcomes. The aim of the Partnership is to make budget systems more responsive to the needs of poor and low-income people in society and, accordingly, to make these systems more transparent and accountable to the public.
HURIDOCS an international NGO based in Geneva helping human rights organizations use information technologies and documentation methods for their advocacy work. They have created several manuals for guidance, including “What is monitoring” and “Promoting and defending economic, social and cultural rights : a handbook”.
Zetu: ESC Rights in Practice was
created by the Special Programme on Africa by the Dutch section of Amnesty
International aimed at helping African NGO, CBOs, civil society organizations
and local communities realize their economic, social and cultural rights. The series consists of four handbooks
on ESCR, including a main book, the right to adequate housing, the right to
adequate food and the right to adequate water and sanitation.