AfriPAHR’s Vision: Highlights from the Annual Banjul Meeting

In Banjul, The Gambia, on October 4, 2023, AfriPAHR’s Steering Group convened for their annual meeting. This meeting was pivotal for the
African Parliamentarians Association for Human Rights (AfriPAHR) as
they planned for a brighter future in human rights advocacy.

Reflecting on Progress:
The meeting’s primary focus was to assess the network’s performance
and devise strategies to better serve members, funders, and
stakeholders. They also reviewed progress since their last gathering in
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, emphasizing the execution of the 2023 work

Eyes on the Future:
Looking ahead, the Steering Group charted a course for 2024, laying the foundation for even greater human rights achievements.

Key Outcomes:
At the meeting’s conclusion:
1. Communication Strategy: The group approved the AfriPAHR
Communication and Advocacy Strategy for 2024.
2. Network Expansion: AfriPAHR resolved to establish new Parliamentary Caucuses in South Africa, Nigeria

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