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A process indicator relates system policy instruments with milestones that cumulate into outcome indicators.

Use in the context of International Human Rights Instruments

Process indicators relate State policy instruments with milestones that cumulate into outcome indicators, which in turn can be more directly related to the realization of human rights.
State policy instruments refers to all such measures including public programmes and specific interventions that a State is willing to take in order to give effect to its intent/commitments to attain outcomes identified with the realization of a given human right. By defining the process indicators in terms of a concrete “cause-and-effect relationship”, the accountability of the State to its obligations can be better assessed.

Source: Report on indicators for promoting and monitoring the implementation of human rights (United Nations, HRI/MC/2008/3, 6 June 2008).

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