The AHRN Foundation proudly participated in the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28), held in Dubai from November 30 to December 12.Read More
AHRN Foundation, in collaboration with Oxfam Novib, seeks a dynamic consultant to identify and curate best practices in the realm of digital activism and movements. We value open-mindedness, creativity, and the ability toRead More
Oslo Breathing Space City is a temporary relocation programme with the aim of creating a breathing space for human rights defenders living in stressful or hostile environments. The pilot project running in 2023 andRead More
We provide digital security training for human rights defenders and staff of human rights organizations. Our team is fully dedicated and familiar with the obstacles activists face in their daily work.
The YADA Network (Young African Defenders in Action) is a pan-African youth network that Connect young human rights defenders across Africa for their Capacity-building on a range of issuesRead More
The Activist Lab is a network made up of 9 organisationS (Actua.PE, the African Human Rights Network, Justice & Peace Netherlands, MAAN, Oxfam Novib, Oxfam Novib Activist Lab, Oxfam Peru, Pax, and World of Tolerance)Read More
The African Climate Activists Network (ACAN) is a dynamic initiative of the AHRN Foundation, aiming to unite and empower young activists working to combat climate change and preserve the environment across AfricaRead More
AfricanActivists.com stands as a robust and dynamic social media platform explicitly tailored for Human Rights defenders. Committed to amplifying the voices of those advocating for justice and equalityRead More
The Young Feminists Network stands out as a vibrant online network specifically designed to empower and connect individuals and organizations who passionately champion gender equality and women's rights.Read More
YADA Magazine is a pan-African media for human rights defenders dedicated to fighting misinformation on human rights issues in Africa. We aspire to be a reliable voice that combats the spread of false informationRead More
In 2023, our organization has relocated 58 courageous Human Rights defenders from 12 African countries (Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Chad, Nigeria, Benin, South Sudan, Togo, Cameroon, Mali, Senegal, Guinea, and Niger).
Human Rights Defenders relocated
Olivier BAHEMUKE NDOOLE - DRC
Abdou KHAFOR - Senegal
Laurel Kivuyo - Tanzania