• Right to Development
      The Right to Development framework facilitates a holistic approach to the issue of poverty by addressing its systemic and structural causes.   The approach demands comprehensive and human-centred development policy, participatory development processes, as well as social justice and equity.  The right to development encompasses all human rights - civil, political, economic, social and cultural – and strengthens the basis for pro-poor growth with due attention to the rights of the most marginalized.
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