Class 12 laws2105c april 1, 2014. Economic growth, stability, adequate standard of living. E. g. , freedom to be literate, participate in politics, freedom of speech, freedom from poverty and undernourishment, premature mortality, etc: also development as a right to development. Something the state could do by not interfering with people"s lives: social, economic, and cultural rights require and input by the government, which were emphasized by the east. West saw these rights as placing huge burdens on the state and should not be turned into binding legal obligations: in the end, 2 separate covenants were made. Iccse was something that states committed to achieving progressively. Yes, through un declaration on right to development; not a treaty or a convention: declaration played a significant role by tying together human rights and development. Developmentalization of human rights: processes identified whereby the human rights discourse becomes a part of the larger discourse of development.