Human Rights and Justice Joint Programme



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Annex B - Human Righst and Justice Joint Programme

Results Based Budget

UNDAF Outcome: By the end of 2008, national and local institutions, civil society organizations, and communities are better able to protect human rights, and to ensure that the justice system functions in a manner that is effective, equitable, and transparent

Specific Objective 1: Support the reform of laws and institutional mechanisms to create an environment more favorable to the realization of human rights, particularly the rights of children, young people, and women

Expected Outputs

Indicative Activities

Type of expenditure

Amount

Total

Remarks

Funded

Unfunded

Project Identification

1.1 National laws are drafted or revised, reviewed, harmonized with international human rights standards, translated into the national language and disseminated, especially those relating to women, children and other vulnerable group

1.1.1 Support National Legislative Service (seminars, experts) for the development and the harmonization of national laws and their conformity with international standards and instruments ratified by Burundi

 

-

-

-

 

1.1.2. Assist local structures tasked with translating and disseminating legislation

 

480,000

1,000,000

1,480,000

Request of $1,000,000 to PBF (Government has earmarked $480,000)

 

SUBTOTAL 1.1

480,000

1,000,000

1,480,000

 

1.2 The National Independent Commission on Human Rights is set up and starts operating

1.2.1. Provide technical assistance to support the establishment of the National Independent Commission on Human rights and advocacy for the establishment of a sub-Commission for the rights of children and women

 

24,000

400,000

424,000

Request of $400,000 to PBF To be allocated across Activities 1-4

1.2.2. Support the Commission’s human and physical resources

 

-

-

-

 

1.2.3. Organize workshops and trainings on Human Rights investigative work and report writing

 

 

 

 

 

1.2.4.Establish regional support centers and train staff in support services

 

-

-

-

 

 

SUBTOTAL 1.2

24,000

400,000

424,000

 




Expected Outputs

Indicative Activities

Type of expenditure

Amount

Total

Remarks

Funded

Unfunded

Project Identification

1.3 The Government, civil society and other rights holders and duty bearers provide increased human rights protection, especially to children, women and the youth as a result of increased human rights knowledge and expertise

1.3.1. Support to Human Rights training to judicial police, penitentiary personnel, SNR and FDN, including training and awareness raising on sexual violence and child protection

 

 

48,000

48,000

 

1.3.2 Promotional and outreach activities in collaboration with national human rights partners and authorities including through the media, targeting all sectors of society

 

 

60,000

60,000

 

1.3.3. Weekly human rights workshops with civil society including journalists, trades unions, professional associations

 

 

36,000

36,000

 

1.3.4. Human Rights training to civil society and the media

 

 

36,000

36,000

 

1.3.5. Support to the inclusion of Human Rights in school curricula

 

 

-

-

 

1.3.6. Monitoring and reporting on child rights violations are required by Security Council Resolution 1612

 

 

-

-

 

 

SUBTOTAL 1.3

0

180,000

180,000

 

 

TOTAL OBJECTIVE 1

 

504,000

1,580,000

2,084,000

 

























Specific Objective 2: Support the strengthening of the justice system to a) become more effective, equitable, and transparent; b) provide greater access to justice; and c) better protects the rights of marginalized groups, notably minors in conflict with the law, prisoners, criminal defendants, women who have been victims of violence, and parties to land conflicts.

Expected Outputs

Indicative Activities

Type of expenditure

Amount

Total

Remarks

Funded

Unfunded

Project Identification

2.1 Professionalization of the magistrature, to ensure that the careers of magistrates are managed in a way that encourages professional development, skill and hard work, prevents misconduct and corruption, and promotes appropriate ethnic and gender diversity in the magistrature

2.1.1. Technical assistance to the government in strengthening human resources policies, including measures to promote equitable ethnic representation, and disciplinary mechanisms for the magistrature.

 

25,000

0

25,000

 

 

SUBTOTAL 2.1

25,000

0

25,000

 

2.2 Capacity building of court and prison staff to ensure professionalism

2.2.1 Assistance to the government in mobilizing resources and opportunities for magistrates to receive mentoring and training on subjects including women’s rights and sexual and gender based violence.

 

25,000

25,000

50,000

 

2.2.2. Assistance to the government in the development of an on-going global training plan for magistrates and other court staff.

 

40,000

40,000

80,000

 

2.2.3. Assistance to the government in its work with Belgian Cooperation on the establishment of a training center for justice system personnel.

 

-

-

-

 




Expected Outputs

Indicative Activities

Type of expenditure

Amount

Total

Remarks

Funded

Unfunded

Project Identification
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