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Human Rights Based Approaches to Development: Programme Cycle Management
(10th - 16th March 2006)

National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland

The Programme will explore the principles, policies and practice underpinning human rights based development and enhance participants' skills in programming on this basis. Participants are facilitated in enhancing their skills on teamwork, building relationships, communication, advocacy and designing strategic partnerships. Reflecting the multi disciplinary nature of human rights based development, the programme is aimed at policy advisors, project managers etc, with human rights specialisation, experience in development or humanitarian contexts as well as those working in development issues in industrialised countries.

Overview of Programme:
- Evolution of human rights law and implementation mechanisms relevant to
- Legal and policy commitments to HRBA of key development actors
- Five core principles of Human Rights Based Development
- Applying the core principles to programme cycle management from situation
analysis, needs assessment through programme design, implementation and
impact evaluation
- Applying the core principles in conflict and post-conflict environments
- Case studies

Deadline for Applications: 5 January 2006.

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posted on: December 18, 2005