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Global human rights and development GHRAD Human rights and development aims converge in many instances and are beneficial only to the government and not the people although there can be conflict between their different approaches. Today, [ when?
This article offers an overview of the human rights violations that have been taking place in Brazil as a result of the implementation of mega development projects. Using the emblematic cases of the World Cup and the Belo Monte hydroelectric complex as a backdrop, it aims to demonstrate that there is a pattern of violations that is being repeated, whether in the forests, the countryside or in the cities. The article also looks at where the responsibilities lie in this context. It proposes, therefore, to promote a reflection on what kind of development model is truly desirable for Brazilian society and for the country. Development Human rights violations Megaprojects. She also recognized that social inclusion and distribution of wealth are important parts of development, since growth in a country of million should not benefit only some. Development and human rights are, or at least they should be, intrinsically linked, being impossible to consider one without the other.
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This report aims to critically examine legal remedies, both judicial and non-judicial, available under Indian law to victims of human rights abuses by companies. There are three main objectives of this examination: i to assess the efficacy of the existing regulatory framework; ii to identify major obstacles that victims experience in holding companies accountable for breaching their human rights obligations; and iii to outline recommendations that should help in overcoming these obstacles. English Open Translation Menu. Close Close Translation Menu. Read more.
The USAID Democracy, Human Rights and Governance strategy includes human rights as a stand-alone development objective and organizes the work into two overarching streams:. The first area of work manifests itself across development sectors and also has a strong role in our empowerment and inclusion activities such as our work with people with disabilities and counter discrimination in access to public services. The second area of work manifests in the democracy and governance sector and includes work to protect the right of all citizens to participate in free elections and be elected, freedom of assembly and expression in support of civil society and human rights defenders, assisting local actors to document human rights violations and pursue justice, combating forced labor and human trafficking, as well access to justice, particularly in transitional situations, and enhanced transparency of governance systems to realize and safeguard human rights. Environment-building emphasizes strengthening the domestic laws and policies, institutions, and actors that help safeguard against abuses. Programming areas include:.
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The HRIETF provides financial grants and technical support on human rights to teams across the institution, based on competitive calls for proposals. The HRIETF generates knowledge from operational and analytical work in strengthening human rights, and from research and evaluations of a human rights-based approach to development. In addition, the program organizes learning events on human rights, including a core course for staff and managers. Economic development and service delivery are undermined by institutions which are unaccountable and not inclusive and poor governance in general. Corruption, exclusion, and lack of participation and accountability can indicate unfulfilled human rights.
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These findings contribute to an increasing body of knowledge that informs policy questions about the accountability of Indian security forces for past human rights violations. This scientific analysis reveals that these statements given by the Indian government regarding the nature and extent of these violations are implausible given the available evidence. The report draws on more than 20, records from independent sources and analyzes them using accepted statistical methods. Human rights organizations have collected extensive qualitative evidence about the types of abuses committed by Indian security forces and the impunity that persists in Punjab.