Resource date: 2010
This Manual provides step-by-step guidance on how to apply a culturally sensitive, gender-responsive, human rights-based approach to programming in each of UNFPA’s three core areas of work: population and development, reproductive health, and gender. It also covers how to apply such an approach in the context of a humanitarian emergency. This pdf includes a facilitator manual.
This Manual was designed primarily for use by UNFPA Country Staff, but will also be useful for UNFPA implementing partners and others working in the fields of population and development, sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, gender equality and women’s empowerment.
In addition to serving as a standalone reference tool, the Manual may also be used in conjuction with the accompanying Training Materials (Power Point) as a basis for conducting a training in human rights-based programming.
This Manual was produced through a collaboration between the Program on International Health and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health and the Gender, Human Rights and Culture Branch of the UNFPA Technical Division, with the involvement of UNFPA staff and outside consultants.
III. Power Points
- Session 1 Introduction
- Session 1 Presentation Overview: UNFPA and Human Rights
- Session 1 Presentation Introduction to Training and Manual
- Session 2: Basics of Human Rights
- Session 3: Key Elements of a HRBA
- Session 3: Applying for a HRBA to Monitoring and Evaluation
- Session 4: Reproductive Health
- Session 5: Gender
- Session 6: Emergency Response
- Session 7: Population and Development
- Session 8: Advocating for a HRBA: Challenges and Opportunities for UNFPA