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This section looks at the internal dynamics within a public administration regarding fundamental rights.
Engaging politicians, colleagues and managers, and securing their active support and collaboration is a core element of joining up for fundamental rights.
Here you can find guidance on tools and mechanisms for coordinating fundamental rights activities across different sectors and government departments as well as across multiple government levels from local to national.
Political leadership and management support are key to securing broad-based and continued commitment to fundamental rights. Here you find guidance on how to promote ownership from elected representatives and senior management within public administrations.
Here you can find guidance related to funding and budget resources allocated to fundamental rights programmes, projects and measures. It includes tips on how to create and structure a joined-up funding system when different levels of government are involved.