Article 15

Article 15

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  • AAAS's Jessica Wyndham discussed the findings from the Coalition’s Article 15 focus group process at a seminar at the United Nations in Geneva on October 3-4. For more coverage of the UN meeting on Article 15, see: Kirby, Danielle. (2013) " Q&A: Farida Shaheed on the human right to science ,"...
  • As a program devoted to mobilizing science and scientists to advance human rights, SRHRL is committed to promoting Article 15 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) and engaging scientists in that effort.
  • Resources for Article 15: Books, Articles, Reports International Human Rights Documents Regional Human Rights Documents Meeting Materials Organizations
  • League of Arab States, Arab Charter on Human Rights, 2004 English Council of Europe, Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine, 1997 English | French | German | Italian | Russian Organization of American States, Additional Protocol to the American Convention on Human Rights in the Area of Economic...
  • What does the "right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress" mean for scientists and human rights actors in how they conduct their work? Who has the responsibility to see that the right is enjoyed by all? How does this right relate to other human rights, including intellectual property rights...
  • International human rights instruments General Comments of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Relevant resolutions Other official UN documents Meeting materials International human rights instruments Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, 2005 (UNESCO) (see in...
  • The following exemplar demonstrates the steps that governments can take to ensure public participation in decision-making concerning the development and funding of science in accordance with the general human rights principle of participatory decision-making. DENMARK Public participation in science...
  • The following exemplar demonstrates the steps that governments can take to respect the "the freedom indispensable for scientific research" as required by Article 15. UNITED KINGDOM Scientific freedom Vital to the progress of any national research enterprise, scientific freedom may be both defended...