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Table of Contents
|Introduction: why economic and social human rights?|
|The right to food: a global overview|
|Globalization and the right to health|
|Demolishing housing rights in the name of market fundamentalism: the dynamics of displacement in the United States, India, and South Africa|
|Implementation of the human right to social security around the world: a preliminary analysis of national social protection laws Lyle Scruggs|
|Why is the right to work so hard to secure?|
|The rights of the child to an adequate standard of living: applying international standards to the US case|
|Achieving women's economic rights in policy and in practice|
|Statelessness and economic and social rights|
|Establishing a social and international order for the realization of human rights|
|Beyond a minimum threshold: the right to social equality|
|The right to development from a human rights approach: conceptual bases, legal framework, and contemporary challenges|
|Constitutional environmental human rights: a descriptive analysis of 142 national constitutions|
|Conclusion: reflections on the theory and practice of economic and social rights|
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