CESR publishes frequent reports, factsheets, briefings and other analyses of both thematic and country-based research and advocacy on economic and social rights. You can explore our publications below, and also find them on the related country and/or issue page on our website.

Country Publications
CESR's country-focused publications, including case studies, in-depth human rights reports and more from Afghanistan, Ecuador, Iraq, Honduras, Peru, Nigeria, the United States and others. You can also browse our "Visualizing Rights" series of country facts sheets: Angola, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Cambodia, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Madagascar, Egypt and the United States.
Thematic Publications
Poverty, the impact of political decentralization and other structural, political and social characteristics aren't necessarily violations of economic and social rights. How do we know when they are?
Tools for monitoring ESC rights
How do we measure and monitor concepts such as'progressive realization', 'maximum of available resources','non-discrimination'? CESRĀ“s approach plus more discussion papers on methodologies for monitoring ESC rights.
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CESR Official UN Submissions
CESR's official submissions to UN oversight bodies that uphold economic and social rights, including the Human Rights Council, the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women and the Committee on the Rights of the Child.