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Morris Kaberia
An activist, justice Changemaker and pro bono lawyer. I advocate for equal justice for all. I love what I do because it is making a difference.
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UN Geneva Jan 20
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. – Mandela Ahead of the Int'l , let's stand up for ! 📚✏📘🖊️
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Worth School Jan 21
Worth is delighted to announce that award-winning activist, humanitarian and lawyer Alexander McLean, the founder of , will be our guest speaker on Speech Day in May. Read his remarkable story here:
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African Prisons Jan 24
Our students - both prisoners and prison staff - study law via the world-class international programme. Up to 50 students a year across Kenya and Uganda study with us, with 20 who have graduated so far!
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African Prisons Jan 24
“The power of education extends beyond the development of skills we need for economic success. It can contribute to nation-building and reconciliation.” - Nelson Mandela. A legal education can change more than one life
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African Prisons Jan 28
We are privileged to be attending the 22nd Annual Judges Conference
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African Prisons Feb 5
Replying to @africanprisons
We're delighted to say that Friday's Gala Dinner has sold out! Contact us via admin@africanprisons.org if you'd like to be added to the waiting list. We look forward to welcoming our guests to this prestigious venue for an inspiring night to remember.
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African Prisons Feb 3
3 𝓓𝓪𝔂𝓼 𝓽𝓸 𝓖𝓸: tickets still available for our 2020 Gala Dinner at Lincoln’s Inn, London. It’s going to be a night to remember! Celebrate the work of our and ensure more people have in defenceless communities
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African Prisons Feb 7
Tonight we host our Gala Dinner at the prestigious , a central part of London's legal heritage, where we'll celebrate the work so far, imagine a radical and inclusive future alongside those still behind bars, and commit ourselves to bring about .
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The Elders Feb 11
On this day in 1990, our founder Nelson Mandela walked free after 27 years’ imprisonment. In today’s troubling and turbulent times, The Elders continue to look to for hope, inspiration and courage.
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African Prisons Feb 12
Membe Claire, APP's paralegal was released from Luzira Women's Prison today after serving one and a half year in prison. "I'm excited, I can't find the right words to express how I'm feeling. what I thought was a mess turned into a message," Membe said.
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African Prisons Feb 14
On this let's declare our love to and to all those things we ❤️ and stand for in Join us to
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African Prisons Feb 17
This week, we are excited to take our paralegals in Mubende,mid-central, prison through 7 days training, to equip them with basic legal knowledge that they will thereafter transfer to all the inmates to help them better represent themselves in court
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NelsonMandela Feb 17
"It is so easy to break down and destroy. The heroes are those who make peace and build"
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Innocence Project Feb 17
Christopher Scott and Steven Phillips spent a combined 37 years in prison for crimes they did not commit. Now exonerated, they're helping others fight their wrongful convictions.
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African Prisons Feb 18
Replying to @africanprisons
Picture an overcrowded prison full of men, women, and children who have not been found guilty. This is life for 3 million people affected by the excessive use of pre-trial detention. But what if those who experienced conflict with the law became lawyers themselves?
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African Prisons Feb 13
Replying to @africanprisons
We’ll always be but watch this space as we begin to share what comes next. Change is coming!
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African Prisons Feb 20
Replying to @africanprisons
Our law students and paralegals study and train behind bars, providing advice and support to those around them, securing fairer sentences, overturning wrongful convictions, and restoring hope in a better tomorrow 2/2
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African Prisons Feb 13
Replying to @africanprisons
Behind the scenes, we’ve been working long and hard to re-imagine our organisation and its mission for the years ahead. That means a new name and renewed purpose for African Prisons Project, to ensure our effectiveness to bring about change together - within the justice system.
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African Prisons Feb 20
When did access to justice become a privilege of wealth? Around the world, those who are in poverty are most likely to come into conflict with the law and least likely to gain access to legal services. So we're changing the narrative 1/2
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Morris Kaberia Feb 19
This is a good one really.
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