Right to essential goods – the future of the right to development and growth


By Ophélie

Distinguish between the universal and the common. Rethinking regimes for the protection of rights to essential goods (public goods, common goods, public services, public property, etc.)
Does access to essential goods have a future in a context that enshrines the right to development and growth? The diversity of statuses and regimes such as public goods, public property, commons, public services, invites a renewed systematisation of the legal frameworks for the protection of certain goods, material or immaterial, essential services for the full realisation of human rights.

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