a wide-ranging set of regularly updated resources to assist your advocacy for equal and universal human right for all
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1046 Arrow Publications
Published in 2018
Source: Swedish International Development Agency (Sida)
This brief by Sida outlines an analytical framework that makes gender differences and power structures visible in environmental work and mobilising change acting on the basis of the analysis. A pre-requisite for achieving sustainable development is women and girls’ voice and agency: the right to interpret, influence and participate in environmental work on equal terms. […]
Source: Transnational Institute
This paper attempts to deconstruct the ‘shrinking space’ narrative by explaining what it means and unpacks some of the problems inherent in the concept. It also considers who is most affected by ‘shrinking space’, and why; where the trend is headed; how it relates to the other dominant paradigms of the 21st century; and how […]
Source: Center for Economics & Social Rights and UN Women
This paper focuses mainly on how States’ accountability can be strengthened. Many other actors, such as international organizations, financial institutions, philanthropic foundations, and transnational corporations have a role to play in the achievement of the SDGs and should be held accountable for the ways their actions and policies impact sustainable development. Given the high-profile attention […]
Source: World Bank
The purpose of this paper is to highlight for discussion the critical research and knowledge gaps with regard to human rights and inclusion for LGBTI people that require investments to ensure that they are part of the human rights and development agendas. In light of these significant gaps, the paper outlines a number of high-priority […]
Source: Center for Economics and Social Rights
The aim of this briefing is to propose a human rights-centered policy agenda to tackle economic inequality and the social inequalities it reinforces. It sets out to illustrate how human rights can provide both a normative framework and a set of accountability mechanisms to accelerate success in meeting this most cross-cutting of sustainable development goals.
Source: Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD)
This Policy Brief provides new insights on migration trends for doctors and nurses up to 2008, and discusses the main causes and consequences for destination and origin countries. It presents possible policy responses stressing the importance of international co-operation to address the worldwide scarcity of health workers.
Over 60% of the world’s young people between the ages of 15-24 live in the Asia-Pacific region, where in some countries, young people now account for almost a third of the population. Despite the diversity within this demographic, they share many common barriers to enjoying their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), which includes […]
Source: Population Action International
This policy and issue brief looks at migrants and population concerns in relation to climate change. Awareness of the relationships among climate change, population growth, and migration can shed light on policy responses that will help to alleviate current and future challenges associated with the impacts of climate change. The migration pressures in Bangladesh was […]
This brief explains the programmatic importance of disability inclusion in abortion and contraceptive care and provides resources to support the design and implementation of interventions to address unmet need for this care. This includes an outline of common barriers that people with disabilities face, a description of global frameworks that can guide programmatic approaches to […]
Source: Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)
This brief gives an overview of why comprehensive sexuality education is important and how to consider sexuality education both in development and humanitarian programmes, as well as within national and international policy processes.