Parliamentary Government; Human Rights; Population Policies; Gender and Law; Health Law
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Summary: Integrating human rights into development as an invaluable resource for those committed to advancing engagement between human rights and development professionals and organizations. This is intended to build upon the review and findings of the first edition, rather than supplant them, so that much of that material in that first edition is preserved in this publication. This is brings together the key political and policy statements of recent years with a discussion of the approaches and experiences of bilateral and multilateral agencies engaged in integrating human rights into their development cooperation activities. While it is acknowledged that the landscape of development cooperation has continued to evolve rapidly, marked by the emergence of new providers of development cooperation, this study retains a focus on providers reviewed in 2006 that have established positions on human rights, even where those are more implicit than strongly articulated. This study is based on a thorough examination of policy, guidance, and operational documents, evaluations, and other analyses of practical experience, as well as interviews with donor agencies.
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