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Monday, 28 January 2013

Human rights’ integration into Development

Human right represent an important part of the of the Agenda for Change of EU Development policy, launched by the European Commission in 2011. Delving into the topics, the conference organized by the Development and Cooperation – EuropeAid DG InfoPoint in Brussels on Monday 28 discussed the way the expansion of human rights into development work affects organizational and operational processes.
Recent research upon the integration of human rights highlights several main entries to the theory of change in Development policy, as the role of the state, of the law, and transnational and international cooperation. These casualties are important to be kept in mind when international development agencies consider the causalities of their work.
The discussion also touched upon sensitive topics in planning development, as: mainstreaming vs. targeting, upstream vs. downstream, state vs. civil society.


Source: CTA Brussels.

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