Document analysis of The Declaration of Dakar (2007) what is the instrument all about?
1. What is the instrument all about?
2. Who are the parties/signatories of the instrument?
3. What article/s or section/s of the instrument articulate the centrality of human rights vis-à-vis science, technology, and development?
4. How does the instrument safeguard human rights in the face of science and technology?
5. What challenges stand in the way of the instrument and its key principles in safeguarding human rights in the face of changing scientific and technological contexts?

Answers

B. Funding for scientific research and elimination of damaging and inefficient technology

able to cope up with 1st world countries

Explanation:

technology really is for the developing countries. it helps them to cope up with those in the 1st world



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