|Oxfam and JUSTICE|
|Abbreviations and acronyms|
|2. The nature of ESC rights and the historical development of human rights|
|3. The UK government’s approach to ESC rights|
|4. The European framework for promoting and protecting ESC rights|
|5. The international framework for promoting and protecting ESC rights|
|6. Developing NGO advocacy on ESC rights: recommendations|
|Appendix: procedures and addresses for UN and ILO mechanisms|
Since 1996 Sandy Ruxton has undertaken freelance policy and research. Organizations for whom she has worked include NSPCC, Oxfam, Age Concern, The Institute for Public Policy Research, European Women's Lobby, UNHCR, Separated Children in Europe Programme, and Cirque du Soleil.
Razia Karim is a human rights lawyer at the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
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