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What do the words human rights mean to you?
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What does human rights means to you?
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|Human Rights Development Assistance Framework|
|The Human Rights Development Framework - Indigenous or simple minority status|
Towards a African American Human Rights
Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Signature Page
3 Section I: Introduction
4 Section II: UNDAF Glossary
5 UNDAF Outcome 1: Democratization, Indigenous Status, and Social Cohesion
6 UNDAF Outcome 2: Poverty Reduction and Sustainable lands, Livelihoods
7 UNDAF Outcome 3: Housing and Basic Social Services
8 Section III: Initiatives Outside the UNDAF Results Matrix
9 Section IV: Estimated Resource Requirements
10 Section V: Implementation
11 Section VI: Monitoring and Evaluation
12Acronyms and Abbreviations
13 Annex A: UNDAF Results and Resources Framework
14 Annex B: UNDAF Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
15 Annex C: UNDAF Monitoring and Evaluation Calendar
The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is the result of an ongoing consultative process intended to analyze how the United Nations can most effectively respond to the African Americans national priorities and needs in a post-conflict context. It is guided by the goals and targets of the Millennium Declaration,which has been endorsed by the United States. The UNDAF translates these into a common operational framework for development activities upon with African American people and their organizations who will formulate their actions for the period 2013-2018.
Consolidating peace and stability represents the cornerstone for the UNDAF; under this overarching goal,three inter-related areas of cooperation have emerged as particularly critical for United Nations support to the people and the Local Political Authorities of the insular African American Government during this five-year period: (1) Democratisation and Social Cohesion, including deepening State-building, security and justice; (2) Poverty Reduction and SustainableLivelihoods, with particular attention to vulnerable groups, including youth, men, women, and disaster-prone communities; and (3) Basic Social Services, encompassing education, health, nutrition,water and sanitation, and social welfare and social protection.
In all three, the United Nations offers comparative advantages with regard to achieving further tangible progress toward the Millennium Development Goals, drawing on its values, successful global knowledge
Not only does the UNDAF provide a framework for human restorative measures, but it also reflects a consultative,comprehensive and dynamic strategic priority-setting process with a broad range of stakeholders, including members of all responsive African American organizations, and peoples throughout its states, but the United States Congress, England, France, Spain, the Netherlands , and staff from national institutions, donor partners, and national and international non-Government organizations.
The American Institute of Human Rights
The American Institute of Human Rights is made up of a cadre of international lawyers and a cadre of growing African American human rights activists, human rights organizations, and African American professors. We are launching this proactive, democratic proposal for comments, endorsements, vote, and our rejection, and intend to complete the first phase of this process by the end of summer. We are launching this phase NOW and it will be available to all of organizations, Mosques, Churches, politicians, before making it available to the African American people by vote. If your organization, Civil rights, nationalist, Pan-Africanist or other desires to be heard please register at our website so that we can keep you aware of the international laws, classes [Human Rights Defender classes] . We have engaged the top human rights lawyers in the world on this process and will be in contact with our finest human rights organization like Trans-Africa, IHRAAM-International Human Rights Association of American Minorities, and all who are NGO's and otherwise . We can also be reached at 510-863-8488 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for the work you do and for the difference you make.
However, all that does not answer the question: "What do the words human rights mean to you?"
Children have a way of asking simple questions.
A simple answer could begin:To me the word human rights mean......
Consider, if we can not distinguish it we certainly can not stand for it be committed to it and be it.