Creating non- adversarial platform for engagement between state and non- State actors is key to protect, promote and enhance human rights. TANLAP had the opportunity to conduct a dialogue with Police Officers in Mbeya to discuss the role of Police Force to ensure protection and promotion of human rights; enhancement the provision of legal aid services; combating Gender Based Violence to enhance rule of law in Tanzania in collaboration with various actors. The training was conducted on the 28th November, 2019.
Kutoka DODOMA: Takwimu ya shirika la Afya duniani katika kundi la wanawake 100 duniani wanawake 35 wameshwawahi kufanyiwa vitendo vya ukatili vya kupigwa au kubakwa. Taasisi ya kupambana na Rushwa nchini pia imeanzisha dawati la Rushwa ya ngono, Ni wajibu wetu kutoa ushirikiano ili tuitokomeze ~ | @umwalimu Waziri wa Afya na maendeleo ya jamii #KizaziChenyeUsawa #SimamaDhidiYaUbakaji #orangetheworld #GenerationEquality
16 Days Campaign Against Gender Based Violence
TANLAP attended a civil society conference on civic space and the role of civil society organizations in shaping better future. The conference held in Arusha at MS- TCDC, earlier o today on 22/11/2019. The two days conference organized by ActionAid and @thrdcoalition