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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Feeling too young to Defend Human Rights?

A story of  Salma Abdulatif Salma is a 23-year-old lady raised in Mombasa County who is currently pursuing her degree in Business Management (Maritime Option) at the Moi University, Eldoret Campus. She started her human rights work in 2015 and is also the founder and president of Motivational Talks for Youth Organization (MTY); a community

MEN CAN DEFEND WOMEN RIGHTS TOO- Story of Charles Omwanro

“Violation of one’s right threatens personal safety and peace. Therefore, if we are unable to prevent human rights violation then we should ensure that justice prevails,” Charles Omwanro, HRD Charles is a Human Rights Defender who champions for the rights of women and children with a focus on prevention and response to gender based violence.

RETHINKING THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS: International Round-table Held in Brussels

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TESTIMONY FROM A PAST HRD AWARD WINNER, MAMA RAHMA WAKO

  A personal message to all HRDs. This is my story since I received the award; I have had a number of positive experiences. Some of the most memorable are: further recognition of my contribution to human rights by the Mathare Social Justice Centre which offered me an employment opportunity. I am now the Assistant

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