CENTRE FOR AFRICAN JUSTICE, PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS
"[...] to help create a conflict-free Africa built on the principles of justice, accountability, the rule of law and respect for human rights.."
Ridhika in Swahili means "to be content" and it is the ultimate goal of the Centre for African Justice, Peace and Human Rights. To be content in conflict -free Africa, built on the premises of justice, accountability and human rights. How can we achieve this?
CAJPHR goes back to the roots of communal development, that drives the motto "Africans must work together to grow together". Widespread sensitisation and capacity building are the two driving forces that brought 30 multicultural professionals together to strengthen local communities in Africa.
They promote justice, peace and human rights through:
- education and awareness, via the distribution of informative books and reports and sponsorship of charity projects at local public schools
- campaigns, events and trainings, aimed at creating a dialogue between African communities
- legal outreach, in order to build capacity in Human Rights and Criminal Law.
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