Legal and Human Rights Center
Participatory and conventional legal research methods to determine the educational needs of the target groups in the focus areas; identify the major legal and human rights issues involved and compile them and collect other information necessary to deal with the issue.
Participatory legal and human rights education and training of both grassroots communities and paralegal personnel with the capacity to service the immediate needs of such non-complex legal problems.
General advocacy and lobbying in support of legitimate causes of the target groups.
Counseling, reconciling and litigation in respect of legal aid cases.
Production of publications and materials with educational legal and human rights contents.
Monitor human rights violations and issue human rights situation report annually.
Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) is the Tanzania’s human rights advocacy organization. LHRC was established in 1995 as a non-governmental, voluntary, non-partisan and not-for-profit sharing organization, with the purpose of working to empower and conscientize the people of Tanzania on legal and human rights. Before its registration, in September 1995, LHRC was a human rights project of the Tanzania Legal Education Trust (TANLET). Its main purpose is to strive to empower the public, promote, reinforce and safeguard human rights and good governance in Tanzania.
+255 22 2773038
LHRC HQ: Justice Lugakingira House
P.O.BOX 75254 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.