International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), Courts and the Legal Enforcement of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Comparative Experiences of Justiciability, Human Rights and Rule of Law Series No. 2, 2008, https://www.refworld.org/reference/manuals/icjurists/2008/en/69392 [accessed 28 February 2024]
Drawing upon a full range of case law, the report shows that adjudication of economic, social and cultural rights is possible, desirable and already being carried out by courts in all continents. The report addresses the legal and political objections to the justicability of economic, social and cultural rights and confirms their justiciability.
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