Programming Tools


Budgeting Human Rights

A government’s capacity to realize rights is significantly impacted by its budget – that is, what money is available, what money is spent and how.  For governments to fulfil their human rights obligations - civil, political, economic, social and cultural – due attention must be given to national budgets as well as national policy development.

Framework

A government’s capacity to realize rights is significantly impacted by its budget – that is, what money is available, what money is spent and how.  For governments to fulfil their human rights obligations - civil, political, economic, social and cultural – due attention must be given to national budgets as well as national policy development.

HRBA in Programming Cycle

Human rights standards as reflected in the international treaties, as well as principles such as participation, non-discrimination and accountability should guide all stages of programming.  The resources in this section provide an overview on translating human rights norms into concrete programming.  The resources cover the whole programming cycle, and are applicable in various policy and national contexts.

implementation

Human rights standards as reflected in the international treaties, as well as principles such as participation, non-discrimination and accountability should guide all stages of programming.  The resources in this section provide an overview on translating human rights norms into concrete programming.  The resources cover the whole programming cycle, and are applicable in various policy and national contexts.

Information and Promotion

Human rights standards as reflected in the international treaties, as well as principles such as participation, non-discrimination and accountability should guide all stages of programming.  The resources in this section provide an overview on translating human rights norms into concrete programming.  The resources cover the whole programming cycle, and are applicable in various policy and national contexts.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and evaluating our work on human rights allows us to measure our progress and our impact in realizing rights.  It enables us to learn from our work - what works and what doesn’t - and to bring evidence-based policy and programming to human rights.