The overall objective of this short e-learning course is to give learners a basic understanding of the strategy for Denmark’s Development Cooperation.
The course is aimed primarily at:
MFA staff with job responsibilities within policy dialogue, development cooperation at bilateral missions or at HQ departments.
MFA staff with job responsibilities at a multilateral mission working with international organisations, development cooperation and/or human rights.
This course will introduce you to:
- how HRBA moves the focus of development cooperation from needs to rights
- the human rights framework and the four HRBA principles
- how to use a HRBA to bilateral or multilateral policy dialogue
- how to base programme formulation on a HRBA
- the link between HRBA and private sector development
The course has the following modules:
- Why use a HRBA?
- What does a HRBA mean?
- How to use a HRBA in Policy Dialogue?
- How to use a HRBA in programming?
- How to use a HRBA in private sector development?
There are links to other resources in this course. If a link is inactive because the content has been moved, you are recommended to use the search function on the internet/intranet to locate the resource.
Links to other resources
The MFA HRBA Portal (employees only)
Danida Aid Management Guidelines
Danida internet site
Strategy for Denmark’s Development Cooperation