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Human Rights have been locked up behind domestic bars to prevent their universal application to globalization and its much needed regulation. Extraterritorial obligations (ETOs) unlock human rights.

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New Working Paper on UN pronouncements on ETOs

The Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has recently published a Working Paper which compiles recent pronouncements made by UN treaty bodies and Special Procedures on States’ extraterritorial obligations. The resource provides practitioners with a useful overview of how ETOs are currently being monitored and enforced at the international level by UN human rights bodies.

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