• 15-February-2012

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    Democratic development and increased respect for human rights - Evaluation Brief

    The purpose of the evaluation is to contribute to learning regarding Swedish support to democracy and human rights and to provide input for future government policy development.

  • 14-February-2012

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    Democratic development and increased respect for human rights: Results of Swedish support in Cambodia and Vietnam

    programming in Vietnam and Cambodia is intended to add input on programming in Asia to other evaluation materials being integrated into a report for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

  • 17-May-2011

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    Supporting child rights: synthesis of lessons learned in four countries

    This report synthesises the findings and lessons learned from an evaluation of Norway’s and Sweden’s aid interventions intended to promote child rights in four countries: Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique and Sudan.

  • 14-July-2009

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    Integrating the Rights Perspective in Programming: Lessons learnt from Swedish-Kenyan development cooperation

    The Swedish Embassy has made great strides in developing the capacity to promote the integration of the principles of the rights perspective in programming. However, there remain challenges in further institutionalising and sustaining capacity develop-ment over time.

  • 14-January-2008

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    Improving Democracy and Human Rights Support

    Employing state of the art guidelines in the field of evaluation of D/HR support, the report outlines criteria for the development of D/HR indicators and data collection.

  • 25-October-2005

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  • 2-August-2000

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    The Evaluability of Democracy and Human Rights Projects: A logframe-related assessment

    Support for democracy and human rights (D/HR) has played an increasingly important role in Sida’s co-operation with developing countries ever since the early 1990s. Yet there is a considerable lack of reliable information on the impact of the Agency's D/HR initiatives.