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16) In a more concrete manner, the concept of HRBA
to development (including the fight against poverty) is contained in five legal principles, namely: 1) application of the international human rights framework; 2) empowerment of rights holders; 3) participation in one's own development (as of right and not just as best practice); 4) non-discrimination and prioritization of vulnerable groups; as well as 5) accountability of duty-bearers to rights-holders (for process and impact).
HRBA provides international standards and norms, fosters participation of vulnerable populations, identifies citizen entitlements and state obligations explicitly, and can improve capacity building and mobilization in national prevention programs and policies.
15) An important feature of HRBA is that it is rooted in international human rights law.
Concrete measures to improve HRBA
practices in water governance designed and implemented.
15) She adds it is crucial to develop empowering HRBAs to health that can challenge "the sophistry that underlies restricting the application of human rights norms to a thin slice of questions about civil and political freedoms, which fails to challenge the distribution of resources in society.
This marginalizes the use of HRBAs in policies and practice, and reduces their potential to reduce inequities within and between countries.