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COUNTER REPORT


BY BRAZILIAN

CIVIL SOCIETY ON THE BRAZILIAN STATE’S COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENANT ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS (ICESCR)




CONTENTS



PRESENTATION
INTRODUCTION

GENERAL ASPECTS



A LOT IS STILL NEEDED TO BE DONE TO REALISE ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS
Institutional aspects

UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Brazil

Inequality and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Structural adjustments and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Public policies

Proposed Recommendations



SPECIFIC ASPECTS



CHAPTER I – THE RIGHT TO SELF-DETERMINATION AND A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT - 39

General status of the Right

Legislation and Case law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposed Recommendations

CHAPTER II – CONDITIONS NEEDED AND MEASURES TAKEN TO REALISE ECSR AND THE RIGHT TO NOT BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST - 72
General status of the Right

Legislation and Case law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposals for Recommendations
CHAPTER III – WOMEN AND ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS - 120
General status of the Right

Legislation and Case law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposed Recommendations

CHAPTER IV – THE RIGHT TO WORK, REST, LEISURE AND THE RIGHT TO STRIKE, JOIN TRADE UNIONS AND SOCIAL GROUPS - 167
General status of the Right

Legislation and Case law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposed Recommendations
CHAPTER V – THE RIGHT TO SOCIAL SECURITY (STATE PENSIONS AND SOCIAL WELFARE) - 200
General status of the Right

Legislation and Case Law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposed Recommendations
CHAPTER VI – THE RIGHT TO PROTECTION OF THE FAMILY, MOTHERHOOD, CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE - 211
General status of the Right

Legislation and Case Law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposed Recommendations
CHAPTER VII – THE RIGHT TO LIVE IN DIGNITY (TO FOOD AND HOUSING) - 234
General status of the Right

Legislation and Case law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposed Recommendations

CHAPTER VIII – THE RIGHT TO HEALTH CARE - 267

General status of the Right

Legislation and Case Law

Public policies

Civil Society Initiatives

Proposed Recommendations
CHAPTER IX – THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION - 297
General status of the Right

Legislation and Case Law

Public policies

Civil Society initiatives

Proposed Recommendations
CHAPTER X – THE RIGHT TO CULTURE - 316
General situation of the Right

Legislation and Case Law

Public politics

Initiatives of the Civil Society

Proposed Recommendations

BIBLIOGRAPHY - 337



PARTICIPATING ORGANISATIONS - 350
EDITORIAL STAFF

Brazilian Civil Society’s Shadow Report on the Brazilian State’s compliance with the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights is the result of an extensive process of mobilization and preparation, which began in February 2005 and involved hundreds of organizations and group leaders from across Brazil, coordinated by four national networks:


ARTICULAÇÃO DOS PARCEIROS DE MISEREOR NO BRASIL – Misereor

NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHT S MOVEMENT – MNDH

PLATAFROMA BRASILEIRA DE DIREITOS HUMANOS ECONÔMICOS, SOCIAIS, CULTURAIS E AMBIENTAIS (Plataforma DhESCA Brasil)

PROCESSO DE ARTICULAÇÃO E DIÁLOGO ENTRE AS AGÊNCIAS ECUMÊNICAS EUROPÉIAS E SUAS CONTRAPARTES BRASILEIRAS (PAD Brasil and EuroPAD)


The General Co-ordination of the project involved representatives from the following networks :

Cláudio Moser – Misereor

Daniel Rech – Parceiros de Misereor

Enéias da Rosa – Platforma DESCA Brasil

Irene Maria dos Santos – MNDH

Julia Esther Castro França – PAD

Luciano Wolff – EuroPAD

Maria Elena Rodriguez – Platforma DESCA Brasil

Paul Cesar Carbonari – MNDH

The Executive Secretariat for the National Human Rights Movement, with its seat at the Central Institute of Brasil (IBRACE), was held by:
Flávio Diniz (until March 2007) and

Enéias da Rosa (from April 2007)


The Co-ordination of the systematization and the final version of the report was carried out by:
Paulo César Carbonari – MNDH
The Coordination of the Revision process and the final version of the Specific Chapters was carried out by:
CHAPTER 1 – Marcelo Brito dos Santos – CDH Marçal de Souza (MS)

CHAPTER 2 – Adriana Loche – CSDDH (SP)

CHAPTER 3 – Marlene Libardoni – AGENDE (DF)

CHAPTER 4 – Ana Cláudia Lins de Oliveira – SDDH (PA)

CHAPTER 5 – José Moroni – INESC (DF)

CHAPTER 6 – Patrícia Campos – CEDECA (CE)

CHAPTER 7 – Adriana Valle Mota – NOVA (RJ)

CHAPTER 8 – Fabianny Castro Andrade – CJP (RO)

CHAPTER 9 and 10 – Salomão Ximenes – Educative Action (SP)
Those who supported the implementation of the whole process:
Misereor and EuroPAD Agencies.

When making reference to the work:


MISEREOR, MND, Plataforma DhESCA BRASIL, PAD. A SHADOW REPORT BY BRAZILIAN CIVIL SOCIETY ON THE BRAZILIAN STATE’S COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENANT ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS (ICESCR).Brasilia, 2007.

Extensive use of this document is encouraged and it can be quoted, referred to and reproduced by all the organisations that participated in the process and all Brazilian civil society organisations. To all other interested parties, it is asked that you first request permission from the organisations that coordinated the process.



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