The Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) operates a Paralegal clinic that is aimed at providing small scale legal advice and remedy to members of the community that it operates in.
These cases usually involve people who feel that their human rights have been violated in one way or the other. The services are offered for free.
Among the services the clinic offers include:
- Refering of cases to relevant authorities and institutions
Notable cases that are usually handled at this clinic range from Gender Based Violence, labour, immigration issues, political violence, and land disputes.
In the year 2018 the clinic handled and successfully concluded a number of cases. Among the notable cases that were completed in 2018 . As indicated above this clinic offers free legal services and has so far benefited a lot of poor people who cannot afford a lawyer to represent them in the court of law.
However, the clinic has for along time now operated without funding. If you feel you can help in one way or the other to see to it that this clinic continues to provide its services please donate by contacting us.