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 the scope and content of international legal texts (conventions, treaties, declarations, etc.) as well as the practice and obligations of States. They also present the existing mechanisms of recourse (at national, regional and international levels) and give concrete examples of case law.
This serie of critical notebooks deals with the issues at stake in the debates within the UN human rights bodies with the aim of contributing to the information and training of all those who fight for the respect and implementation of their fundamental rights.
This serie also aims to provide them with a better knowledge of the texts (conventions, treaties, declarations, etc.) and official mechanisms that exist for all those who are fighting and mobilizing to finally implement them.