HAKIMADINI ATTENDS 4TH HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS DAY

 

Source: HakiMadini

On 28th April 2017 HakiMadini representative participated on Human Rights Day which took place at Blue Pearl Hotel in Dar es Salaam which was graced by Honorable Professor Palamagamba Kabudi Minister for Constitution and Legal Affairs who represented Honorable Samia Hassan Suluhu the Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania. This annual and special gathering brought together about 120 Human Rights Defenders from across the country apart from government officials, media practitioners, development partners, and other international and regional stakeholders in the human rights regime. Theme of this year's anniversary was “FORGING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HRDS/CSOS , UN AND THE GOVERNMENT”. Human Rights Defenders day is an avenue for interactions among HRDs, other organizations and individuals working on human rights protection  and development partners as part of advocacy activities by the Coalition aiming to call upon the recognition and protection of HRDs in Tanzania.

 

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