The framework explains the obligations outlined by existing human rights laws and standards which are relevant to the design, implementation and evaluation of social protection programmes. The platform provides an explanation of fundamental principles and relevant instruments, of what is required by law for a human rights-based approach to social protection, laying the groundwork for a discussion of implementation issues.
Commentaries written by leading practitioners and researchers explore the complex challenges associated with the human rights-based approach to social protection.
This collection of jurisprudence from domestic, regional and international arenas usefully demonstrates how the terms of the law have been applied in specific cases for the promotion of social protection. The platform also provides a list and explanation of legal instruments that promote the right to social security.
This section provides a curated list of reading materials, including reports and articles, as well as links to organizations, programmes, projects, databases, blogs, multimedia materials and news.