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1

what types of approaches integrate the strategies across systems to overcome injustices by focusing on the root of the problem and accounting for its manifestation?

rights-based

2

Rights based approaches helps us seek realization of
human rights and bring justice

a) economically

b) socially

c) environment

d) all of the above

d

3

rights-based approaches have human rights as the normative standards. t or f?

t

4

standards we aspire to achieve?

normative standards

5

t or f?

rights-based goals are:

-changing because we learn things as we go along in time

-We understand things differently

-So why can't our goals change along the way to reflect our increased knowledge

t

6

T or f?
rights based approach says:

-outcomes important
-process important

-develop expert goals + those that are affected

-reduce the incidence of diabetes in a community, why don't we talk to people who live in that community, who are part of that community, and ask them what their ideas are

T

7

What is a needs based approach?

- like when you go to see a physician
-there's an expert that knows more than you
-expert decides what should be done
-focus is on reaching the goal

8

T or f?

Rights based approach was different from the approach that we have typically used in the past.

T

9

T or f?

Our past approaches:

-many times a needs-based approach and it can be called the medical approach, about: diagnosing, finding out what's wrong,

-suggesting a remedy to make the situation better

T

10

T or f?

-Work with indi. and families is micro

-communities, organizations is meso

-changing policies is macro level

T

11

T or f?

In rights-based framework:

-each right has a corresponding responsibility.

T

12

According to the UDHR:

a) everyone is born free and equal in dignity, freedom

b) all of us have communal duties, in which, alone, the free and full development of the personality is possible

c) we're fortunate to all be rights-bearers, but even as right-bearers are right-holders, we bear responsibility to others and to creating the kinds of communities that uphold human rights

d) all of the above

d

13

How do gov. respect, protect, fulfill human rights ?

-create infrastructure required to promote human rights
-hold individuals and organizations accountable if they violate the rights of others, fail to uphold rights of society.