Publications

24/09/2015

The CETIM human rights publications were launched in 2005 with the objective of contributing to the information and training of all those engaged in the struggle for the respect and advancement of these rights, and in particular reinforcing the capacities of our partner organizations in the Global South. Those publications mainly deal with economic, social […]

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Right to development

13/07/2021

The Covid 19 pandemic has increased inequalities within countries as well as spectacular inequalities between the so-called developed countries and third world countries. According to Oxfam, the world’s richest 1% have twice as much wealth as 6.9 billion people. This catastrophic increase in poverty, therefore, makes imperative the implementation and promotion of the right to […]

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World Day for Safety and Health at Work

28/04/2021

28 April is World Day for Safety and Health at Work. Today, more than ever, these issues are crucial for a large part of humanity. Indeed, in light of the new risks generated by the Covid-19 crisis, it is time to review and rethink these questions.

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CETIM’s books

30/06/2020

CETIM is also an independent publishing house that takes care of the whole process of publishing a book. To date, we have published more than 150 publications. They address North-South relations and development issues from a critical, serious and original perspective. Our books focus on topics such as development, free trade, climate and agriculture. They […]

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CETIM’s books

CETIM is also an independent publishing house which takes in hand the whole process of publishing a work. To date, we have edited more than 150 publications. They deal with North-South relations and development issues with a critical, serious and original point of view. Our books deal with themes such as development, free trade, climate […]

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The CETIM’s human rights series and critical reports

21/04/2020

  HUMAN RIGHTS SERIES Launched in 2005, the CETIM’s series of publications on human rights, in particular economic, social and cultural rights and the right to development, aims to contribute to the information and training of all those who fight for the respect and implementation of these rights. Conceived as a guide, these publications analyse […]

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