Economic & Social Rights Research Group (ESRG)
This interdisciplinary group of University of Connecticut faculty, graduate students and Affiliates meets bi-monthly to share ongoing research, and to discuss current scholarship in the area of economic and social rights.
News & Highlights
- ESRG SCHEDULE FALL 2013 Note that the meeting time has been changed from previous years, due to the university-wide change in the class schedule. Thursday, October 24 THE INFLUENCE OF SENSE OF COMMUNITY ON POLITICAL ACTIVITY AND ATTITUDES IN... Continued »
- Jeffords, Chris, "Constitutional Environmental Human Rights: A Descriptive Analysis of 142 National Constitutions," in The State of Economic and Social Human Rights: A Global Overview, Cambridge University Press, edited by Lanse Minkler, January, 2013.
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- The SERF Index has been estimated for countries with internationally comparable data spanning four decades.Find out which countries have progressed and which have regressed in meeting the commitments to fulfill economic and social rights. See www.serfindex.org/data