Human Rights, Rule of Law and Access to Justice

Council of Swaziland Churches

The Council of Swaziland Churches, formed in 1976, has a totalof nine member churches spread around the four regions of the country. The Council of Swaziland Churches is a fellowship of the World Council of Churches. The vision of the Council of Churches is to enable member churches to develop themselves, their communities and the nation spiritually and physically in a just and sustainable way. CSC mission is to further the unity of God’s church as a body of Christ by developing strategies that will enable membership to advocate for justice and peace in all circumstances and dealings.

Conselho de Igrejas Cristãs de Angola (CICA)

The Angolan Council of Christian Churches (CICA) is an ecumenical umbrella organization of Christian Churches which was established in 1977. Currently it includes 20 churches and two faith-based institutions working with national and international organizations in the pursuit of spiritual well-being and social development of Angola. It is based in Luanda and it is represented countrywide by acting structures through Ecumenical Cooperation Committees. It has 3 centers for vocational technical training, in Luanda, Benguela and Huambo.

Centre for Human Rights Education Advice Assistance (CHREAA)

CHREAA the Centre for Human Rights Education Advice Assistance, has been working within the criminal justice system since 2000, and has been has been our partner in the sex work portfolio for Malawi for the past two years. CHREEA seeks to contribute to the Promotion and protection of the rights of sex workers by ensuring that they have access to justice, in the areas of Blantyre, Chilobwe, Chilomoni, Ndirande, Bangwe, Mannase, Kachere, Makhetha and South Lunzu.

Action for Conflict Transformation

The ACTION Support Centre (ASC) works in Africa, with men and women, with communities and their organisations, and with the people and institutions they are linked to and separated from, including colleagues, comrades and companeros from across the globe. It is only by linking individuals together, and finding the organisations that can support and strengthen us that we can realise the collective potential and the power we know we have.

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