The United Nations International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

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The United Nations International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights established December, 1966 is a landmark treaty by the United Nations and the global communities to make economic, social, and cultural rights an integral part of society. The US is one of six nations out of 160 nations that have not ratify the treaty. Currently, the United Nations is composed of approximately 193 nations. Ratifying the treaty can help the UN to revive or advance the process to include all states. Ratification of the treaty is also critical and urgent for continuing progress (on both principles and actual) on civil rights, human rights, dignity, and well being in this nation; and for bolstering efforts to support and advance democracy, liberty, civil rights, universal human rights, dignity, and well being worldwide.



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