• Governance
      Good governance and human rights are mutually reinforcing. Human rights principles provide a set of values to guide the work of governments and other political and social actors, and a set of performance standards against which these actors can be held accountable.  On the other hand, human rights cannot be respected and protected in a sustainable manner without good governance.  The links between good governance and human rights can be organized around four areas: democratic institutions, service delivery, rule of law and anti-corruption.
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