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Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 7 February 2014
The global campaign Young Voices, was launched by the charity Leonard Cheshire Disability (LCD) in 2006. Funded by the European Union, it has proven to be an innovative and efficient approach to provide a voice for people with Disabilities, one of the most marginalised groups within any society. Present in 21 countries, they campaign and advocate for the rights of all people with disabilities. 
Amouzou Bedi created a new WIKI page 14 February 2015

Our field development support mechanism process:

Coralie Mugerin uploaded a new Document 25 May 2012

Everything you always wanted to know about…
the Africa-EU Democratic Governance&Human Rights Partnership !

1. What is it?
2.How does it work?
3.What is the thematic focus?
4.Why does the Strategy matter?
5.Main challenges ahead
In March, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO) organised a workshop to assess progress and share practices and challenges to eradicating child labour from cocoa production.
Nadège Riche uploaded a new Document 2 October 2014

In Uganda, the policy context relating to disability is forward looking and rights based, broadly considering the situation of adults with disabilities.

In much of the developed world, most work is formal – people pay taxes and social security contributions granting them access to health care, social benefits, and legal protection to enforce their workers’ rights. But in the developing world, informal work is the norm and protecting informal sector workers’ rights – whether that’s their right to fair pay and working conditions or protection from abusive labour practices – can be difficult.
Timothy Baines posted Information 11 March 2012

Dear all,

for those who have not seen this, it only takes 27 minutes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc

National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) are bodies set up to protect and monitor human rights – to stand up for those in need and to hold governments to account. They can also provide advice, deal with complaints and carry out human rights education.
South Africa is sometimes known as “the gay heaven” of Africa, where same-sex marriage is legal and human rights for all are enshrined in the post-Apartheid Constitution. But there is a gulf between the legal framework and the LGBTI community’s lived experience. Discrimination and brutal hate crimes continue, especially in rural areas. ZwaKala is an EU-funded programme implemented by Iranti-org which builds local capacity to document and report on hate crimes and human rights violations.
Amouzou Bedi created a new WIKI page 18 February 2015

On the  link below you will find a presentation of the concept behind the development aid support offered by Knowledge For Development Without Borders:

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