The Human Rights Centre in Practice and the Institute of Advanced Study at the University of Warwick are holding a workshop tomorrow on Strategies for realising social economic rights in practice: Multi-disciplinary experiences from early career researchers. The program asks:Interesting. Hope to see some of the papers as they emerge from abstract to publication.
1. Should social economic rights be considered human rights at all?
2. How helpful is the international legal framework in enabling the achievement of these rights?
3. How do we measure social economic rights in practice?
4. What lessons can we learn from practitioners in our pursuit of achieving social economic rights?