economic, social and cultural rights

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A subcategory of human rights concerned with material well-being and social capacity (e.g. rights to work, health and education). Recognised in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Arts 22–27, these ...

Subjects: International Law — Human Rights and Immigration.

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