From October 2016 to February 2017, IHRDA implemented a project titled “Promoting Stability and Citizen Security through Enhanced Capacity of Gambia’s law Enforcement Agencies”. IHRDA in collaboration with the Gambia Police Force developed a human rights training module and manual for the Gambia Police Training School. IHRDA also trained trainers at the training school, as […]
This project was funded by National Endowment for Democracy (NED), USA from July 2015 to June 2016. Activities included: 1. Human rights training and a case identification workshops for Malian and Guinean judicial officers and lawyers/CSOs; 2. Case-building missions which culminated in the preparation and filing of four strategic case, two against each of the […]
From October 2015 to March 2016, IHRDA implemented a project to build the human rights capacity of Gambia law enforcement agencies. We organised eight workshops and trained about 350 officers (from Gambia Police Force, the Immigration Department, the Prisons Service and the Drug Law Enforcement Agency) in different localities in The Gambia. CDs contacting all […]
The IHRDA organized a 3-day training in April 2015 with 12 Sudanese lawyers, during which they were given an overview of the African Human Rights System, and educated on the use of African human rights instruments, and the procedures to engage regional mechanisms, notably the African Commission and the African Court.
Our capacity building projects completed to date are grouped into four overlapping areas African human rights mechanisms workshop The Gambia Legal Capacity Building Project Children’s Rights Workshops Country focus case Identification and Litigation The paths are as follows: 1. African human rights mechanisms workshops Workshop on African human rights mechanisms for North and West African NHRIs […]