Here you will find the most important publications and explanations regarding the implementation of the human rights based approach.
References in bold suggested for further reading
- UNFPA and Harvard School of Public Health, A Human Rights-Based Approach to Programming. Practical Implementation Manual and Training Materials. 2012.
- UNFPA, Danish Institute for Human Rights, and Office of the High Commissioner for HumanRights, Reproductive Rights are Human Rights. A Handbook for national Human Rights Institutions. 2014.
- UNFPA and Harvard School of Public Health, HRBA Checklist of Questions. 2010.
- Harvard FXB, et al., Summary Reflection Guide on a Human Rights-Based Approach to Health Application to sexual and reproductive health, maternal health and under-5 childhealth, in HRBA in Programming Cycle. 2015.
- Kirkemann Boesen, J. and T. Martin, Applying a rights-based approach an inspirational guide for civil society, T.D.I.f.H. Rights, Editor. 2007.
- UNFPA, Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Reducing poverty, advancing developmentband protecting human rights. 2010.
- UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Fact Sheet No. 31, The Right to Health. 2008.
- Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Frequently asked questions on a human rights-based approach to development cooperation. 2006.
- UNICEF, Global Evaluation of the Application of the Human Rights-Based Approach to UNICEF Programming. Final Report - Volume I. 2012.
- Bustreo, F., et al., Women’s and Children’s Health: Evidence of Impact of Human Rights. WHO: Geneva. 2013.
- ICPD Beyond 2014. [cited 2016 January 22.]; Available from: http://icpdbeyond2014.org/
- Winter, S., Rights in Sight. Australian aid and development NGOs on human rights. 2009, Australian Council for International Development (ACFID),
- Australien Council for International Development, Practice Note. Human Rights-Based Approaches to Development. 2010.
- Jensen, S.L.B., A. Corkery, and K. Donald, Realizing Rights through the Sustainable Development Goals: The role of national human rights insitutions. The Danish Institute for Human Rights. 2015.
- Yamin, A.E., Applying human rights to maternal health: UN Technical Guidance on rights based approaches. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 2013. 121(2): p. 190-193.
- Temmerman, M., R. Khosla, and L. Say, Sexual and reproductive health and rights: a globaldevelopment, health, and human rights priority. Lancet, 2014. 384(9941): p. E30-E31.
- Galati, A.J., Onward to 2030: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Context of theSustainable Development Goals. Guttmacher Policy Review, 2015. 18(4).
- Cottingham, J., et al., Using human rights for sexual and reproductive health: improving legal and regulatory frameworks. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2010. 88(7): p. 551-555.