Access to Justice
The program provides legal education to communities, empowering them to exercise their constitutional rights and responsibilities responsibly. It aims to ensure justice, accountability, and effective remedies for all individuals by demanding it at all levels.
Additionally, the program advocates for criminal justice reforms through policy work, supports the exoneration of wrongly convicted individuals, and helps reformed returning citizens to reintegrate into society after their release.
Why do we do it?
- Communities that are ignorant about the law
- Innocently incarcerated inmates.
- Policies and systems that oppress the underserved in societies.
- Communities that can not afford legal representation.
How We Do It
- Informed communities on legal matters
- Reduced cases of recidivism and crime rates
- Communities that stand up for what is right and their rights
- Access to Justice for all and exoneration of the wrongfully convicted
- Transformed justice system where inmates and wardens are equipped and informed
- We have trained and worked in Kajiado, Kisumu, Nairobi, Kiambu