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Welcome to the wiki for APC's research project, Connecting your rights: Economic, cultural and social rights and the internet. This wiki is a collaborative space for the project team.

Discussions on internet rights are often limited to arguments around “internet freedom”. APC believes that advancing internet rights is also a way to advance economic, social and cultural rights (ESCRs). Some of these rights include: the right to education, the right to an adequate standard of living, and the right to health. In this three-year project, APC will explore how, ultimately, internet policy and regulation can help achieve greater social inclusion.

This work is being carried out with the aid of a grant from the International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada.

1) Resources

   1.1 Understanding the ESCR Covenant
   1.2 Other declarations and covenants
   1.3 Studies, reports & articles

2) Research

   2.1 Case studies
        2.1.1 Right to Education
        2.1.2 Right to participate in cultural life[Publication pending]
        2.1.3 Right to benefit from science and technology[Publication pending]

3) Issue papers

   3.1 Internet access and ESCRs[1]
   3.2 How the technical community frames the Internet and economic, social and cultural rights

Getting started

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