Strategic Objectives (SOs) & Cross-cutting issues

Strategic Objectives (SOs

Research-Action-Organization and People-to-People Approach are the key to INSEC’s working modality. Its intervention framework consist of three endeavors i.e. monitoring and documentation, awareness &capacity development and advocacy (National and international level). INSEC has identified four major thematic areas under its programme priorities. These areas are-human rights monitoring/documentation, human rights awareness and capacity development, promoting peace and strengthening democracy and Human rights Advocacy. Based on the strategic priorities, INSEC has set following strategic objectives for the next five years

SO 1: Monitor, document and disseminate human rights situation of the countr

SO 2:Build capacity of people, law enforcing agencies, government and other key stakeholders to create environment for promotion and protection of human right

SO 3: Promote institutional good governance and inclusive political participation in political institutions and state mechanisms for sustainable peace and institutionalization of democrac

SO 4: Advocate for human rights friendly policies and laws incompliance with international human rights instruments and lobby for their proper implementatio

SO 5: Enrich efficient and effective organizational systems and foster good governance practice

Cross-cutting issues

Some cross-cutting areas have been also included in INSEC's intervention frameworks. Some of these are:

  • Rule of law, peace and human security

  • Good governance and democratization

  • Freedom of Expression (FoE)

  • Right to Information (RtE)

  • Rights of Human Rights Defenders (HRDs)

  • Economic, Social and Cultural (ESC) rights (RtF, RtE, RtH)

  • Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) and Disability

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