Our Advocates

Between 1989 and 2017, a total of 324 human rights advocates from 90 countries attended HRAP. In recent years, advocates have ranged from early career advocates who have cut their teeth in very urgent human rights situations to mid-career advocates who have founded organizations.

Below are the biographies of current Advocates and descriptions by select alumni as to why they became human rights advocates.

To see a list of additional past Advocates click here.

To read about more about the work of our Advocates click here .

 

Maria Eugenia Carrera Chavez
Maria Eugenia Carrera Chavez, 2013
Guatemala
Minja Damjanovic
Minja Damjanovic, 2013
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Nino Gelashvili
Nino Gelashvili, 2013
Georgia
Musola Cathrine Kaseketi, 2013
Zambia
Mayamba Geoffrey Kuletela
Geoffrey Mayamba Kuletela, 2013
Zambia
Richard Mukaga
Richard Mukaga, 2013
Uganda
Absolom Shalakha
Absolom Shalakha, 2013
Kenya
Angeline P. Swen
Angeline P. Swen, 2013
Liberia
Sylvester Uhaa
Sylvester Terhemen Uhaa, 2013
Nigeria
Rupa Upreti
Rupa Upreti, 2013
Nepal
Sabrina Rajan Mahtani
Sabrina Rajan Mahtani, 2012
Sierra Leone
Rachel Wambui Mburu
Rachel Wambui Mburu, 2012
Kenya
Eugenie Mukeshimana
Eugenie Mukeshimana, 2012
Rwanda
Lydia Jacenta Nakiganda
Lydia Jacenta Nakiganda, 2012
Uganda
Primah Kwagala Namudiba, 2012
Uganda