UK Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Network launches
- Section: The ALLIANCE
- Type: News Item
- Published: 13th November 2023
Find out more about the Network, its objectives and how to become a member.
The UK Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR) Network (the Network), is a collective of organisations and individuals committed to the promotion and protection of economic, social and cultural rights without discrimination in the UK as a whole and across the devolved jurisdictions.
The Network objectives are to work collaboratively:
- towards effective incorporation of our economic, social and cultural rights in the UK as a whole and across the devolved jurisdictions.
- to promote the respect, protection and fulfilment of economic, social and cultural rights in the UK as a whole and across the devolved jurisdictions.
- to hold both UK and devolved duty bearers to account for the respect, protection and fulfilment of economic, social and cultural rights.
- to advocate for the improvement of protections of economic, social and cultural rights in the UK as a whole and across the devolved jurisdictions.
Find out more about the terms of reference here.
Membership of the UK ESCR Network is free and open to all non-governmental organisations, charities, academics and universities, as well as campaign groups working in the UK who agree the protection and promotion of international human rights standards and equality are core values.
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