Our work in Kenya
In Kenya, we work with the correctional services to strengthen compliance with international human rights standards.
Our Work in Zimbabwe
The aim of the Zimbabwe programme is to contribute to enhanced enjoyment of constitutional rights in the country. This involves support to initiatives contributing to legislation, policies, practices and decision-making being increasingly informed by international human rights standards and principles.
Regional Africa Programme
We work with regional- and sub-regional institutions, and related duty-bearers, in the area of human rights, and with key regional actors able to follow up and influence the implementation ofhuman rights commitments in the region.
Since the early 1990s, RWI has maintained extensive cooperation in Sub-Saharan Africa. This has included cooperation programmes with institutions in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe, and Zambia, as well as cooperation on the regional and sub-regional level.
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Johannes holds a Master of Laws from Lund University, with specialisation in public international law and human rights. He has been working for RWI since 2000 in various capacities at the Department of International Programmes. Johannes has experience of work in primarily Sub-Saharan African countries, but also from countries in the Middle East, Southern Caucasus and South/South East Asia. He has coordinated methodology development work concerning e.g. RBM and development of large scale programme proposals, programme interventions and tenders.