Strengthen Civil Society Organisation (CSO) and European Integration
The overall objective of the programme is to reinforce the vocational stream of education at lower secondary level in order to promote the development of a skilled labour force adapted to the needs of the country.
The programme aims to improve technical vocational education and training (TVET) systems at lower secondary level education by:
Period from 01/01/2007 to 31/12/2009
To criminalise torture and create awareness about CAT and OPCAT through monitoring and policy advocacy for the improvement of the human rights situation in Bangladesh
The purpose of this project is to enhance the capacity of the Copyright Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan to fight counterfeiting and to enforce copyright and related rights legislation.
a)Encouraging citizens to actively engage in public policy;b)Increasing organizational capacities of civic groups on participation in state governance;c)Strengthening relations between citizens and elected state bodies
The overall objective of the Action is to protect social rights of the elderly population in the targeted communities in Armenia such as right to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health and contribute to poverty alleviation of families.
The overall objectives are: 1) To enhance and promote human rights protection in the country through strengthening the capacity of HRDO's office and expanding the geographical outreach of the institution, before, during and after the parliamentary and presidential elections of 2012 and 2013. 2) To provide comprehensive support for the improved efficiency of election admin. and transparency of the electoral processes 3)To empower civil society actors to effectively monitor election processes
This report summarises an evaluation of the implementation of Regulation (EURATOM) n° 300/2007 related to the Instrument for Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC), of its evolution in the years 2007-2013 and of its impact on nuclear safety and safety culture in the cooperating countries.
Gender and Environmental Rights in the ''Great Chaco'' region in South America
On 4 February, UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, and the French Minister of Digital Affairs, Axelle Lemaire, opened the 8th session of the Netexplo Forum, held at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris.
The Director-General highlighted the importance of “digital culture” and the vital role of technology in our world today. Calling for more investment in men and women, as well as in their human rights and dignity, the Director-General said: “technology can never be an end in itself – it must be a means to supporting the full development of every person.”
“We need renewed efforts to bridge digital divides, to reach the unreached, to ensure every man and woman -- especially women and girls – has the skills and opportunities they require to make the most of change,” she continued,emphasizing that this calls for planning and action, and that it is especially important in this turning point year for the Millennium Development Goals, as Member States shape a new global sustainable development agenda for the next 15 years.
“Digital innovation and capacity can be leverage of democracy”, but there is “the need to address the human challenges”, which are “at the heart of this digital evolution”, said the French Minister of Digital Affairs. She also expressed the wish that at this time, “digital innovations encourage us to open our borders to see new horizons”.
Thierry Happe, co-founder of Netexplo Observatory, recalled that a large number of the highlighted projects “are part of a concept that is called Smart Life”, where digital innovations help to "improve relations between people, between people and their direct habitat, and more generally with their environment".
Organized in partnership with UNESCO, the Netexplo Forum 2015, held from 4 to 5 February 2015, is a unique global event to identify digital innovation worldwide. During the opening ceremony, “Netexplo Women Pioneers” initiative was launched, in order to better identify and promote female talent in the digital world.
The overall objective of the projects is to protect the human rights of Palestinian communities at risk of displacement in Area C. The Specific Objectives are:
The project aims at enhancing respect and acceptance of differences, and preventing discrimination, through a pluralistic civil society coalition.
The 38 members-strong Coalition Against Racism has proposed three axes for its project:
The objective of the project is to nurture active citizenship activities against xenophobia, racism and discrimination based upon perception of democratic values as a common ground for all Israeli citizens.
Thanks to on-line customized resources that will be developed by the project as well as to coordination with the Ministry of Education, teachers will better equipped on how to address racist expressions in the classroom.
The specific objectives of the project are to:
The overall objective of the project is to safeguard and promote the right to seek and enjoy asylum from persecution. The specific objectives are to improve conditions for non-detained asylum seekers in Israel to realise their right to seek and enjoy asylum, and to strengthen the Refugee Status Determination process in line with international standards.
El objetivo general de la Acción es contribuir a mejorar la implementación de las políticas públicas a nivel local para la prevención y erradicación de la violencia contra las mujeres a través del trabajo en red de actores estatales y no estatales en municipios seleccionados de la Argentina: Fontana, San Pedro de Jujuy y localidades de Gran Buenos Aires.