The following case study is an in-depth examination of The Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) torture victim support project, from its origin to the impact it had even after operations ceased. The purpose of the study is to review what worked well and what did not in terms of NGO activity towards the provision of victim support services and the attainment of reconciliation in Malawi.
Jewel Amoah is a Feminist and Human Rights scholar, best known for her work as a human rights advocate and activist in Canada and Africa, who is now a part of the Faculty of Law at St. Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies. Through her work as an attorney and academic, Dr. Amoah has focused on equality rights for women and children, intersectionality and international human rights. Amoah is a graduate of McMaster University, the University of Ottawa and the University of Cape Town, and lectured for four years at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad. Identity and equality issues are at the core of her research interests.
Bryant Greenbaum is a Toronto lawyer and adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development where he teaches the Law of Police Oversight and International Human Rights Law in Canada.
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