|EU, Local, National||City Strategy for tackling unemployment and child poverty||European Commission||EU||
This programme engages with combination of the work of government agencies, local governments, the private sector and voluntary associations in a concerted partnership to serve local needs, in this case local employment and skills provision services to support the jobless.
|Local, National||Barcelona Social Inclusion Plan for 2012-2015||Barcelona City Council||Spain||
The 2012-2015 Barcelona Social Inclusion Plan is the result of the joint work of Barcelona City Council and the organizations of Barcelona civil society, coming together in the framework of the Citizens’ Agreement for an Inclusive Barcelona (ACBI), together with the Municipal Social Welfare Council and its working groups. The plan was drawn up with the participation of citizens, organizations, municipal technical staff and representatives of all the political groups of Barcelona City Council, under the leadership of the office of the Deputy Mayor and the Department of Quality of Life, Equality and Sport of Barcelona City Council.
|Local, Regional||Scotland Business Plan 2010-2011||Equality and Human Rights Commission, Scotland||United Kingdom||
The 2010-2011 Business Plan underpins the strategic priorities, which aim at securing and implementing an effective legislative and regulatory framework for equality and human rights.
|EU, Local, Regional||Local and regional cooperation to protect the rights of the child in the EU||EU - Committee of the Regions||EU||
The most effective method of improving the Rights of the Child Indicators, to take better into account local and regional perspectives, would be to produce another version of the Indicators tailored to the competences and special interests of LRAs.
|National||Equality and Human Rights Impact Assessment: the Guide||Aberdeen City Council||United Kingdom||
A tool to be used in the assessment of the Council’s policies and functions from the Human Rights perspective.
|EU||Towards a reinforced culture of consultation and dialogue||European Commission||EU||
The document lays down general principles that should govern the European Commission's relations with interested parties and minimum standards for the Commission’s consultation processes. The Commission has a long tradition of consulting interested parties from outside when formulating its policies. It incorporates external consultation into the development of almost all its policy areas.