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Title: Human Rights Principles for Programming

Author: UNICEF

Organisation: UNICEF

Document Type: Training manual

Sector: Children

Geographical Focus: Global

Subject: children, programming, training, policy, Convention on the Rights of the Child, Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, CRC, CEDAW, human rights culture, resources, human rights instruments, women

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Description: This training course of designed to enable participants to understand and internalize human rights concepts and values, understand UNICEF’s position in the overall human rights system and the implications of this, acquire a sound understanding of how international law works especially in relation to international protection of human rights, and to provide participants with a basic understanding of rights-based programming and its implications. The course is divided into three modules which are further divided into sessions and is designed to be used at either a basic, optional or advanced level dependant on the participants. Module One covers human rights principles (CRC, CEDAW, creating a human rights culture outside UNICEF). Module Two looks at international human rights law and framework and the relationship to UNICEF. Module Three moves into a consideration of rights-based programming. The Training Manual also provide reading and references

Language: English

Pages: -

Publication Details: UNICEF

Distributor: Programme Group and Division of Human Resources, UNCEF, UNICEF House, 3 United Nations Plaza, New York, New York 10017, U.S.A., Tel: 1 212 326 7000, Fax: 1 212 887 7465, Email: [email protected], Web:

ISBN Number: -




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