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This guide is for the Pacific media to support the human rights of men, women, boys and girls living in and around logging camps. The first of its kind in the Pacific, this practical resource aims to increase awareness and understanding of the basic principles of human rights.

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Organization logo: The Center for Women (CWGL)

The Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) envisions a world in which all people are equal and gender equality is systemically realized by the achievement of human rights for all. CWGL strengthens and facilitates women’s leadership for human rights and social justice worldwide.

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Organization logo: Defence for Children International (DCI)

Defence for Children International is an independent non-governmental organisation that has been promoting and protecting children

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In 2001, the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) released The Responsibility to Protect report, which redefined collective security by introducing a concept of shared responsibility. Since that time, other governments, international officials, academics and civil society organizations have taken up the Responsibility to Protect and contributed to its evolving meaning in the international community. Here is a review of some of these reports.

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The following links are tools designed for civil society, government officials and individuals to increase their understanding of RtoP and how to further the advance of the norm. These documents are updated with the latest developments on RtoP and we hope they are helpful resources to our partners, old and new.

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This paper explores the linkages between corruption, violence and poverty, identifies conceptual and practical limitations of top-down, technical approaches to combating corruption, articulates a bottom-up approach, and explores recent cases of civic action to curb corruption and win accountability. First presented at the International Peace Research Association Conference in July 2010 at Sydney, Australia.

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