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Developing national action plans against racial discrimination

A practical guide

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Racism and racial discrimination hinder progress and cause suffering for millions of people in all countries around the world. Lasting improvements to counter racial discrimination at the national level require political will and a sustained and comprehensive approach. This publication is a tool for national human rights institutions (NHRIs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), as well as individuals and groups affected by racial discrimination. It focuses on the need for comprehensive strategies and policies in the fight against racial discrimination, provides background information on the concept of national human rights action plans, and describes in detail the different phases for producing a national action plan with examples on how to set realistic objectives, clear targets and specific goals.

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Putting in place a national action plan against racial discrimination

A national action plan against racial discrimination is both an outcome and a process, with each aspect being equally important. The outcome is the plan itself and the activities that flow from it. The process through which a national action plan is developed will influence its chances of success, and the involvement of groups that are or could be affected by racial discrimination in each stage of the plan is key to its realization.

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