This report provides ideas for how post-conflict countries can build on their existing capacities to assume primary responsibility for their own recovery. It seeks to deepen our understanding of the pivotal role that economic recovery plays in consolidating peace in the fragile aftermath of violent conflict, and reaffirms the critical importance of fostering national capacities and promoting indigenous processes.
This discussion paper highlights the innovative approaches being used to manage the performance of public policies, programmes and service delivery with the goal of fostering more inclusive, collaborative and responsive processes across the development cycle.
Eight Global Principles for capacity assessments of National Human Rights Institutions have been identified encompassing compliance with human rights norms and standards. The Global Principles and the analysis contained in this volume guide and strengthen capacity assessments and development of NHRIs across the world.