Photo courtesy of ISHR Kenya

The ISHR’s presence on the African continent includes the West African Committee of the ISHR, including groups in Togo, Cameroon, Mali, and Benin, who report on human rights violations occurring in their countries. ISHR Kenya in eastern Africa focuses on caring for and educating underpriveleged children and orphans, and new group is also forming in Uganda. The ISHR headquarters in Germany also has ongoing projects supporting the education of girls in Nigeria, as well as spreading awareness of human rights violations committed by the terror group Boko Haram. To learn more about specific issue areas and our work in Africa, see the updates below.


Al-Sisi ignores causes of hatred and discrimination

In the run-up to a trip of German members of the Bundestag to Egypt, the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR) appeals to them not only to consult the Egyptian government, but above all to pay attention to the victims.

Journey on the tracks of Boko Haram

Dr. Emmanuel Ogbunwezeh, Africa Advisor and member of the board of the ISHR, travelled to his home country Nigeria to get an idea of the situation there, especially of the effects of the terror campaign of Boko Haram, and to visit the school project which ISHR is carrying out in cooperation with the Somasker-Patres in the Enugu region.

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