|Other titles||Report on East Asia and Pacific Regional Training of Trainers|
|Contributions||UNICEF. East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office.|
|LC Classifications||JC599.A78 E37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||99921234|
A human rights-based approach to programming means for UNICEF that the ultimate aim of all UNICEF-supported activities is the realization of the rights of children and women, as laid down in the CRC and the CEDAW. Human rights and child rights principles guide the organization’s work in all sectors – and at each stage of the process. This Manual provides step-by-step guidance on how to apply a culturally sensitive, gender-responsive, human rights-based approach to programming in each of UNFPA’s three core areas of work: population and development, reproductive health, and gender. It also covers how to apply such an approach in the context of a humanitarian emergency. human rights based approach to (or a strategy for) development, the role of transnational activism, and the link between global and local activists, have become particularly interesting. A. APPLYING A HUMAN RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION AND PROGRAMMING September A UNDP Capacity-Development Resource iii LAC Latin American countries LLFA Logframe Logical Framework of Analysis File Size: KB.
INTRODUCTION TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APPROACH, UNICEF Finland 8 A human rights based approach is focused on con-scious and systematic enhancement of human rights in all aspects of project and program devel-opment and implementation. It is a conceptual framework for the process of human develop-ment that is normatively based on internation-File Size: 1MB. A Human Rights Based Approach to Programming places equal emphasis on outcomes and the process by which outcomes for children and women are achieved. Participation, local ownership, capacity development and sustainability are essential characteristics of a human rights-based Size: 84KB. Rights-based approach to development is an approach to development promoted by many development agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to achieve a positive transformation of power relations among the various development actors. This practice blurs the distinction between human rights and economic are two stakeholder groups in rights-based development—the . A Human Rights-based Approach to Programming in Humanitarian Crises: Is UNICEF up for the Challenge? Draft. September EMOPS, UNICEF NY; IASC, Growing the Sheltering Tree - Protecting Rights Through Humanitarian Action. Programmes and Practices Gathered from the Field. Geneva; Save the Children A child rights approach to emergencies.
This paper assesses the benefits, risks, and limitations of human rights based approaches to development, which can be catalogued on the basis of the institutional mechanisms they rely on: global compliance based on international and regional treaties; the policies and programming of donors and executive agencies; rights talk; and legal mobilization. applying a human rights based approach to development programming. After the course, participants will: Know about the human rights system and its implication for development programming, including the core principles: • Participation • Accountability and Rule of Law • Non-discrimination, Equality & Vulnera-ble groups • EmpowermentFile Size: KB. Week 1. Introduction to the Human Rights-Based Approach Week 2. Human Rights Standards and Principles Week 3. Key Principles of Human Rights-Based Programming Week 4. HRBA Programme Design Week 5. “Open week” Week 6. HRBA Analysis and Planning Week 7. HRBA Programme Elements Week 8. Monitoring and Evaluation Weeks A human rights-based approach (HRBA) to development fundamentally shifts the core mission of development from charity to the obligation to respect, protect, and fulfil rights. It does this by integrating human rights norms and principles into every area of development cooperation, including the process itself, and in every thematic area of work.