Our regular activities are based on advocacy for the Community of Potters. We present the human rights issues facing this community to various government and private institutions at both the national and international level to raise awareness and promote the rights of the Potters Community/Historically marginalized people. Internationally, we advocate for intervention on behalf of this community in various United Nation Treaty bodies and the Universal periodic review.

Our activities fall under five categories:

  1. Education, Gender and health
  2. Policy Analysis and Advocacy
  3. Culture and Environment
  4. Livelihood and Development
  5. Human Rights Defense

The Socio-Economic Situation of the Historically Marginalized people in Rwanda

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