Economic and Social Rights (NYU, Alston,_Fall_2012)

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  • UniversityNew York University
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseEconomic and Social Rights
  • ProfessorPhilip Alston
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  • Authoraqymix
  • Created2012
  • Pages130
  • Approved3 March 2015

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Notes from class on economic and social rights (ESR) with Prof. Philip Alston at NYU (Fall 2012). This class covered core principles and articles of the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (ICESCR). It also explored the debates in treating ESR as a human right, among others.

These notes come from Prof. Alston’s lectures, my own interpretation of the readings, and my synthesis of the materials. It should provide an excellent overview for any intro to ESR course.

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