The Human Rights Council organized a high-level event in the framework of its 52nd regular session to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Declaration on the Right to Development.
Time to reassert the self-determined socially / ecologically, equitable and decolonized development as an alternative to green-washed, inclusive-washed, sustainable-washed business as usual! Are-you fed up with PR activities of multinationals destroying social and economic rights under the cover of sustainability? Do you have some question marks about the Great reset of the richest 1 %? If you […]
Against the backdrop of a neoliberal globalisation that promotes the unbridled commodification of life, water – a vital common good for human beings and ecosystems – is now a source of power and a coveted object.
On January 27, 2023, the human rights situation in Switzerland was examined in the framework of its Universal Periodic Review (UPR), a UN mechanism for monitoring the rights situation in all UN member countries. In this context, our coalition “Friends of the Declaration – Switzerland” (FOD), has examined the measures that Switzerland should take to […]
CETIM and the Ligue Panafricaine – UMOJA present Patrice Lumumba third online conference of the series “Les Panafricanistes” in the series “Pensées d’hier pour demain“. The conference is presented by Amzat Boukari-Yabara, President of the Ligue Panafricaine – UMOJA. March 16, 2023, from 7 to 8.30 pm, via Zoom. Link to the conference
Coline Hubert's book "The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants" is available in Epub 2 format (compatible with most readers). When you order, you will also receive it in PDF format.Continue reading
Discover the human rights series and the CETIM's critical notebooks. These publications deal with themes such as the right to health, the impunity of transnational corporations, the right to land. Or the right to social security, the right to development, etc. These publications can be downloaded free of charge.Continue reading