Nazdeek focuses on three key rights: adequate housing, health, and food. These rights, often referred to as economic and social rights, are fundamental guarantees necessary to live a life of dignity. India, Nepal and Bangladesh are bound to respect, protect and fulfill these obligations under both national and international law. However, these rights suffer from a lack of implementation and recognition from Governments and right-holders. Below is a brief overview of key international obligations and examples of domestic policies, both of which are enforceable in national courts.
Housing is a core component of the right to an adequate standard of living. Read More.
It is a fundamental right under Article 21 of the Right to Life, observes Supreme Court of India. Read More.
State has to guarantee that the right to health is available, accessible and of high quality. Read More.