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Measuring Respect for Human Dignity: Guidance for Development and Humanitarian Programs

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posted on 2024-06-05, 22:24 authored by Paul Perrin, John HemblingJohn Hembling, Tony Castleman

The document "Measuring Respect for Human Dignity: Guidance for Development and Humanitarian Programs" outlines a framework developed by Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in collaboration with the University of Notre Dame to systematically measure respect for human dignity in development programs. The guidance introduces two primary measures: the Project Respect for Participant Dignity Scale, which evaluates how project implementation respects participants' dignity, and the Respect for Dignity in Daily Life Index, which assesses dignity within participants' households, communities, and institutions. The document emphasizes the importance of integrating dignity considerations into program design and implementation to enhance effectiveness and transformative impact.

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