Annual reports - Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights

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Year

Symbol

Theme

Additional information

2019

A/74/493

A C E F R S

Digital welfare states and human rights Oral statement at the General Assembly

Video of the interactive dialogue
A/HRC/41/39

A C E F R S

Climate change and poverty Oral statement at the Human Rights Council

Video of the interactive dialogue

2018 A/73/396

A C E F R S
Privatization and human rights
Oral statement at the General Assembly

Video of the interactive dialogue
A/HRC/38/33
A C E F R S

The role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in relation to social protection
Oral statement at the Human Rights Council

Video of the interactive dialogue

2017

A/72/502

A C E F R S

The enjoyment of civil and political rights by persons living in poverty Oral statement at the General Assembly

Video of the interactive dialogue  
A/HRC/35/26

A C E F R S

Universal basic income Oral statement at the Human Rights Council

Video of the interactive dialogue
2016 A/71/367

A C E F R S

UN responsibility for the cholera outbreak in Haiti Oral statement at the General Assembly

Video of the interactive dialogue (English/French)

A/HRC/32/31

A C E F R S

Marginalization of economic and social rights Oral statement at the Human Rights Council

Video of the interactive dialogue
2015

A/70/274

A C E F R S 

The World Bank and human rights Oral statement at the General Assembly

Video of the interactive dialogue

A/HRC/29/31

A C E F R S

Extreme inequality and human rights Oral statement at the Human Rights Council)
2014

A/69/297

A C E F R S

The implementation of the right to social protection through the adoption of social protection floors

Oral statement at the General Assembly

Video of the interactive dialogue

Reports by the previous Special Rapporteur and Independent Experts on extreme poverty and human rights.