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  • Fast Facts: Indigenous PeoplesFast Facts: Indigenous PeoplesSep 22, 2014
    UNDP’s engagement with indigenous peoples is grounded on its overall vision to help countries achieve the simultaneous eradication of poverty and significant reduction of inequalities and exclusion. UNDP’s work on indigenous peoples is guided and shaped by the international human rights standards and principles, and particularly the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

  • Fast Facts: Human Rights and UNDPFast Facts: Human Rights and UNDPNov 28, 2011
    The three pillars of the United Nations are peace and security, human rights, and development, and constitute the founding principles of the UN Charter. In its efforts to advance human development, UNDP supports Member States and partners in grounding their national development plans, policies and processes in the human rights principles of participation, inclusion, equality and non-discrimination.

  • Parliaments and Human Rights: A PrimerOct 11, 2008

  • Engendering Access to Justice - Grassroots Women’s Approaches to Securing Land rightsEngendering Access to Justice - Grassroots Women’s Approaches to Securing Land rightsJun 12, 2014

  • Environmental Justice - Comparative Experiences in Legal Empowerment Environmental Justice - Comparative Experiences in Legal Empowerment Jun 12, 2014
    This report outlines challenges and innovations arising around the world as communities and governments pursue an agenda of justice based on inclusive and sustainable use of natural resources and the environment. The paper highlights trends in strategies emerging across regions