New CPDE Report Reveals Development Partnerships for SDGs still Weak in Human Rights-Based Approaches

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Development cooperation actors must ensure human rights-based approaches (HRBA) particularly in working to attain the SDGs or programmes and projects risk resulting to have grave and consequences including the loss of shelter, hindrances to livelihood opportunities, and health hazards – according to the latest report published by the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE). The report is a collection of critical papers written by 14 member organizations of CPDE, which analyze how human rights are upheld or disregarded in policies, practices as seen in various projects and multistakeholder partnerships (MSPs). The research revealed that lack of meaningful civil society participation in MSPs and the dearth of effective redress mechanisms to ensure the accountability of duty bearers to rights holders remains a gap in existing development partnerships. Read the full report here.

Source: CPDE

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