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Executive Workshop:

Evidence Based Policy on Human Rights in Mexico

Mexico City,
22 May 2009
(by invitation only)


Conference:

Human Rights Policy:
Measuring Implementation, Assessing Progress


Mexico City
23 February 2009

 

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Executive Workshop
Evidence Based Policy on Human Rights

measuring impact, assessing progress

22 May 2009
(by invitation only)

The collaboration between the Measurement and Human Rights (MHR) Program at Carr Center for Human Rights Policy - Harvard Kennedy School and EGAP/Campus State of Mexico at Tec de Monterrey focuses on developing evidence based human rights policies addressing the challenge of how we can measure progress, impact and success in promoting human rights.

The workshop will help government and civil society executives think conceptually about evidence based policy on human rights. Through a combination of presentations, case studies, and group discussions, participants will examine the rationale behind measurements and gain valuable insight into its critical aspects.


Audience:

Executive level management from government (local and federal) and civil society organizations, as well as academics and international organizations working in the area of human rights and policy making.


Objectives:

  • Promote actions towards the implementation of evidence based policies in the area of human rights

  • Support a closer collaboration among policy makers, civil society and academia exploring complementarities and synergies

Workshop Methods:

Participants will build skills through group interaction in case study discussions, simulations, and team exercises. The personal relationships forged during these highly interactive programs enable lifelong professional opportunities and friendships.

Participants should register in time, providing required information

Preliminary Agenda


Introduction
Dr. Luis Eduardo Zavala, Escuela de Graduados en Administración Pública y Política Pública (EGAP) del Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Estado de México, Egap

 

Facilitator key notes

Human Rights Evidence Based Policy:
Andrea Rossi, Director Measurement and Human Rights Program, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School

 

Activity 1
Evidence for Policy Making: Needs and Knowledge in Mexico

 

Activity 2
Challenges and Obstacles to Impact and Progress Assessment

 

Activity 3
Identification of Priority Policy Areas to be Measured

 

Activity 4
Policy Recommendations for Assessing and Measuring Progress of Human Rights Polices

 

Activity 5
Strategies and Actions for Expanding Impact

 

Conclusion
Personal Commitment and Follow Up

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