v. 3 n. 2 (2019): Homa Publica - Revista Internacional de Direitos Humanos e Empresas
Artigos regulares

Obrigações extraterritoriais dos Estados sobre direitos econômicos, sociais, culturais e operações de desenvolvimento

Dimitris Liakopoulos
Fletcher School-Tufts University | Medford, Estados Unidos
Biografia
Publicado December 21, 2019
Palavras-chave
  • Direitos Humanos,
  • Cooperação para o Desenvolvimento,
  • PIDESC,
  • Obrigações extraterritoriais
Como Citar
LIAKOPOULOS, D. Obrigações extraterritoriais dos Estados sobre direitos econômicos, sociais, culturais e operações de desenvolvimento. Homa Publica - Revista Internacional de Direitos Humanos e Empresas, v. 3, n. 2, p. e:049, 21 dez. 2019.

Resumo

O trabalho em questão visa, portanto, analisar as obrigações extraterritoriais das Partes Contratantes do PIDESC no contexto de operações de cooperação para o desenvolvimento que possam comprometer o gozo dos direitos humanos através das fronteiras. Após o exame detalhado de alguns casos especificamente relacionados às atividades de financiamento do desenvolvimento bilateral e aos efeitos sobre os direitos econômicos, sociais e culturais das populações beneficiárias, a análise enfocará brevemente a questão da responsabilidade do Estado pela violação dos direitos humanos em terceiros países através de organizações internacionais e instituições financeiras. Pode-se prever que, se a prática de cooperação para o desenvolvimento derivada das decisões do Comitê de Direitos Econômicos, Sociais e Culturais (CESCR) e os outros órgãos de monitoramento ativos nas Nações Unidas fornecem indicações relativamente significativas. A natureza das obrigações estatais nas atividades de cooperação bilateral, os respectivos compromissos das Partes Contratantes do Pacto Internacional sobre Direitos Econômicos, Sociais e Culturais, no contexto da participação em instituições ou organizações internacionais, permanecem difíceis de verificar e identificar.

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