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Plan Nacional de Derechos Humanos 2006-2010 (National Human Rights Plan 2006-2010)

Peru Coordinadora Nacional de Derechos Humanos; Associacion Pro Derechos Humanos; Centro de Asesoría Laboral del Perú Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Peru 2006 Policy document human rights, political rights, social and economic rights

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El PNDDHH es la cristalización de un proceso radicalmente democrático, en el sentido amplio del término, como gobierno de todos y para todos. La participación de la sociedad civil dejó una impronta fundamental en el contenido del PNDDHH, estableciendo las líneas prioritarias para la intervención estatal, permitiendo una adecuación de la normativa general en materia de derechos humanos a las necesidades y aspiraciones concretas de las y los ciudadanos del Perú. El proceso de elaboración y aplicación del PNDDHH se convierte así en una oportunidad para la renovación del contrato social entre la ciudadanía y el estado, y por lo tanto en un canal para superar la profunda fractura social que afecta a el país.

The PNDDHH is the crystallization of a radically democratic process, in the broadest sense, as the government of all and for all. The participation of civil society left a major imprint on PNDDHH's content, setting the priorities for state intervention, allowing an adjustment of the overall policy on human rights to the specific needs and aspirations of the citizens and of the country. The process of developing and implementing the PNDDHH thus became an opportunity for the renewal of the social contract between citizens and the state, and therefore a channel to overcome the deep social divide that affects the country.


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