Integrating basic human rights concepts into local community leadership structures and actors as a strategy to promote respect for fundamental human rights for rural dwellers through a two prong approach. The project covers the following:

  • Community structures, create exchanges of discussions forums for core issues of leadership and development;
  • Conduct monitoring, advocacy and information dissemination campaigns at county levels;
  • Developing clear criteria with local groups around human rights issues;
  • Facilitate and organize communities REFLECT circles amongst existing structures;
  • Engaging and supporting local artist to develop entertainment-education skills, processing reports and creating data base for advocacy and future reference purposes.

Partners: Open Society Institute, OSIWA, and SEDF

Implementing Partners: Foundation for International Dignity (FIND)

Focus Areas: Rule of Law, Civil Society Strengthening, Capacity Building, Human Rights, Education

Locations: Bomi, Bong, Gbarpolu, Grand Bassa, Grand Cape Mount, Grand Gedeh, Grand Kru, Lofa, Margibi, Maryland, Montserrado (Monrovia), Nimba, River Cess, River Gee, Sinoe