human rights

human rights

This year is the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. To mark this milestone, we will launch "Making a Difference: An Introduction to Human Rights", a user-friendly guide developed with the UN Human Rights Regional Office for Europe, to contribute to our rights-based approach to sustainable development.
Photo for InfoPoint Lunchtime Conference: Making a difference
Lutte contre l'impunité des violations grave des droits de l'Homme et du droit international humanitaire, y compris les violences sexuelles basées sur le genre, en RDC
To launch the Rights Based Approach (RBA), a two year training programme has just concluded, after trainings in EU-delegations across the world. The panel will share reflections from DEVCO and the RBA experts who have carried out the trainings and consider the lessons learned and the many opportunities uncovered to entrench the Rights Based Approach encompassing all Human Rights in EU development cooperation. 
InfoPoint Lunchtime Conference: Making the Rights Based Approach a reality
IntegrArte is the first penitentiary commercial brand, it is an institutional project intended to bring a new perspective to the reintegration of incarcerated persons into society and the labour market.
OBJEcTIVES The SECOPA project, aligned with the main pillars of the Strategy for Citizen Security of the Government of Panama, and funded by the European Union, aims to strengthen the security and justice sectors in Panama, through close collaboration and cooperation between, UNODC, the Inter-American Development Bank (IABD), and the Government of Panama. The UNODC is working mainly in 4 areas:
IntegrArte is the first penitentiary commercial brand, it is an institutional project intended to bring a new perspective to the reintegration of incarcerated persons into society and the labor market.
IntegrArte is the first penitentiary commercial brand, it is an institutional project intended to bring a new perspective to the reintegration of incarcerated persons into society and the labor market through the development and sales of handmade products, manufactured inside prisons that highlight national identity and reclaim Panama’s ethnic and cultural diversity.
IntegrArte is the first penitentiary commercial brand, it is an institutional project intended to bring a new perspective to the reintegration of incarcerated persons into society and the labor market through the development and sales of handmade products, manufactured inside prisons that highlight national identity and reclaim Panama’s ethnic and cultural diversity.

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