This discussion room is a space for you to share your feedback on UNDP’s work in the area of Rule of Law, Security and Human Rights (especially the Global Programme on Rule of Law and Human Rights), to review its impact and effectiveness since its establishment in 2008.
Whether you are a current partner, donor, or an independent civil society activist, thematic expert, journalist or academic specializing in rule of law and human rights and advocating for security or justice reform , we want to hear your thoughts on what we have done well and what we could improve upon. We are particularly interested in reflecting on UNDP’s impact, scope, and partnerships but welcome your views on areas that may fall outside of this.
View the 2019 Highlights of the Global Programme.
Please introduce yourself and offer your perspective.
Identifying current and emerging trends on the rule of law and human rights:
Objective: To gather feedback from UNDP and a broader constituency on the impact and effectiveness of the UNDP’s focus on rule of law, security and human rights to inform the design of the next phase. To provide a space to help us identify what areas of work require more engagement from the UNDP and UN rule of law, security and human rights community and the challenges and opportunities to advance justice, security, and human rights over the next 5 years.
Outcome: A summary of discussions will feed into UNDP’s policy and programme formulation on the Future We Want to See: Reimagining the Rule of Law, Security and Human Rights and the Inclusive Social Contract.