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Founded in 1992, the Center for Reproductive Rights is the recognized global leader in using legal and human rights strategies to secure every woman’s reproductive autonomy and access to healthcare as fundamental human rights. The Center for Reproductive Rights believes that a woman’s ability to exercise her human rights, as well as her equality and status in society, are directly linked to her enjoyment of reproductive rights—without the ability to make decisions about her health and life, a woman cannot enjoy her right to participate in educational institutions, the workplace, or the political sphere.
The Centre for Justice Studies and Innovations (CJSI) promotes rule of law as an avenue through which justice is delivered to all people in Uganda, particularly the poor and marginalized groups. CJSI believes in giving to all what they are due and making provisions for the poor and marginalized as the viable pathway to equitable economic and social development.
CREAW uses bold, innovative and holistic interventions for the realisation of women’s rights. Our programs have over the years focused on challenging practices that undermine equity, equality and constitutionalism, promoting women’s participation in decision making and deepening the ideology and philosophy of women’s empowerment.
The Centre for the Study for Violence and Reconciliation is an African based institution with over two decades of experience working on issues of peace- building, conflict transformation, psycho-social support, research and advocacy in an effort to build peaceful societies on the African continent. CSVR has conducted work in the area of justice, accountability, truth and guarantees of Non-Recurrence (transitional justice) for the past two decades, both in South Africa and other parts of the African continent.