Our work seeks to tackle the unjust distribution of resources and power—within and between countries—that fuels inequality and deprives billions of people of their rights. We seek systemic change. This includes steady progress on the policy and institutional reforms that can help shift the dynamics affecting how resources and power are distributed. We focus specifically on economic and social rights—among them the rights to education, health, food, water, housing and work—as powerful but underutilized tools for redressing skewed distributions of resources and power.
economic justice economics human rights international law research