URI Welcomes 2 New Cooperation Circles

27 May 2020, 7:57 PM

Please give a warm welcome to the latest groups to join the global URI network. Learn more about these groups, called Cooperation Circles (CCs), here.

We are now 1053 Cooperation Circles working in 108 countries!

ASEBE (Association pour l'Egalité et le Bien-être- Association for Equality and Wellbeing) Foundation - (Yaounde, Cameroon, Western Africa)

Through its actions, ASEBE wishes to contribute to the total respect of the 2030 agenda of the United Nations and to the advent of a peaceful and sustainable world free from terror and oppression in which justice and equity will reign between humans regardless of sex, race, or color.

Learn more.

The Justice Desk (Cape Town, South Africa, Southern Africa)

The Justice Desk is an award-winning Human Rights Organization which operates in South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. We empower local people to understand and defend their human rights in order to build safer communities for all. As an organization we educate, train, advocate for and equip youth, vulnerable groups, civil society and governments in human rights, justice, and advocacy. We work primarily in township areas and vulnerable communities, empowering and equipping local people with the necessary skills and platforms to lead their own change. We believe that by empowering ordinary people to understand and defend their human rights, they can transform society in a sustainable way and create a more just and equal world.

Learn more.

Cooperation Circles Involved