Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Guide for Minorities and Indigenous Peoples

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Margot E. Salomon
Minority Rights Group International, 2005 - Ethnic groups - 124 pages
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Provides an overview of Economic, Social and Cultural (ESC) rights and how these can be applied to minorities and indigenous peoples. This guide offers practical information and advice about the best ways to advocate for securing ESC rights. It covers the rights to food and to water, housing rights, health rights, education rights, and more.

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Margot E Salomon, PhD (LSE), LLM (UCL, London), MA (Amsterdam), BA (Montreal) is a Lecturer in Law at the Centre for the Study of Human Rights and the Department of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science. She is a member of the Centre's Advisory Board, and convenes the LLM course on
World Poverty and Human Rights. Margot holds a Visiting Lectureship at the UN University in Tokyo where she lectures annually on poverty and responsibility, and is a member of the Advisory Group to the UN High-Level Task Force on the Right to Development.

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