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Sustainable development from a human rights perspective and the challenges it represents for the Caribbean SIDS (a discussion paper)

2014-01-02T15:40:59Z

LC/L.3024-P
LC/CAR/L.123
9789211216967

Includes bibliography

This report is commissioned by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean, with the overall purpose of examining the extent to which the pursuit of sustainable development in the Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) is guided by human rights considerations and, more specifically, to what extent human rights principles, norms, and standards are being integrated and mainstreamed in development programmes and projects, following a rights-based approach to development. For ECLAC itself, this is a relatively new approach, not much reflected yet in its economic and social policy work.

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