Tag Archives: impact assessment

Mapping human rights or how to sieve governments’ words into the bowl of facts

I will be honest with you: I tend to dislike the idea of categorising human rights violations with numbers. If human rights are indivisible and interdependent, how can we say that the violation of this right deserves a “4” while … Continue reading

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A bit of self-criticism in the critiques to #Kony2012, please

Since Monday, more than 70 million people have viewed a film on Youtube about the living conditions of thousands of children in Uganda. According to the film, these children are victims of the violence and revenge of Joseph Kony. Mr … Continue reading

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Self Impact Assessment: A Comparative Analysis of Development and Human Rights Non Governmental Organizations

Author: Koldo Casla Published in International Affairs Review, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2010 ABSTRACT In the last few years, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have accepted the responsibility of assessing their own impact to determine what actions and policies positively affect people’s … Continue reading

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