We will not enjoy development without security, we will not enjoy security without development, and we will not enjoy either without respect for human rights.
Report of the UN Secretary-General, ‘In larger Freedom: towards development, security and human rights for all’, 2005. the relationship between human rights and development co-operation began to take on a different form. The use of development co-operation to promote human rights through, e.g., additional support to democratising governments, support to human rights NGOs or decentralised co-operation, received increasing attention. The human right livelihood to promote basic labour protections; freedom of association; freedom from forced labour; adequate, safe working conditions; equal pay for equal work and to   freedom from discrimination based on gender, race, ethnic identity, or any other status