AIDO engages civil society to urge national leaders to align Human-Rights Undertakings with their policies and practices.

In his keynote speech, the Vice president of AIDO Network International H. E Amb. Ireneo Namboka urged civil society to unitedly and boldly complement the efforts of their own countries’ governments with unbiased accurate data in making a case for just human rights causes in order for the United Nations to decisively act.

The UN’s SDG 16 focuses on promoting peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, providing access to justice for all and building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.

“The message of human rights should be customized to fit its different recipients according to cultural or historical specificity. This should require UN human rights experts working hand in had with various human rights advocates, promoters and educators involved in human rights work.” He said.

He added that this is attainable through education but also by encouraging openness to new ideas, revisiting our histories and readiness to listen to each and everyone’s voice.

Amb.Namboka was the keynote speaker at a peace and human rights conference held in Geneva by Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) at the UN office in Geneva.

The conference was attended by YHRI Global President, Dr Mary Shuttleworth among other humanitarians.

AIDO Network International continues to work in partnership with YHRI towards human rights advocacy.



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