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I argue that when viewed through the lens of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (ESCRs) the austerity project as a whole was – in its design – destitution inducing. Put simply, the natural consequence of the way in which austerity was implemented in the UK was to increase destitution by undermining the ability of individuals to realise their right to an adequate standard of living (including their rights to food, clothing, housing, water, and/or sanitation) without reliance on charitable provision.
|Publisher||Just Fair Guest Blog|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Jan 2021|
- Human Rights
Graham, L., 19 Feb 2021, Just Fair Guest Blog.
Research output: Other contributionOpen Access
Graham, L., 2020, Just Fair Guest Blog.
Research output: Other contribution
Graham, L., 2020, Contemporary Challenges to Human Rights Law . Smyth, C-M. & Thompson, J. (eds.). Cambridge Scholars, p. 318-356 38 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter