Réseau National des Organisations de Jeunesse en droits de l’Homme

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RNOJDH is a network of organisations promoting human rights and peacebuilding in CAR.

The Réseau National des Organisations de Jeunesse en droits de l’Homme (RNOJDH, National Network of Youth Human Rights Organisations) is a network of organisations promoting human rights in CAR. Its goals are to reinforce collaboration among organisations working on human rights; advocate for the respect of human rights; support young activists and youth and community-based organisations working on human rights; and build conflict resolution capacity.

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RNOJDH's work is focused on conflict prevention and peacebuilding. Since the conflict in CAR began, it has:

  • Trained over 500 young people in social cohesion
  • Organised a workshop on gender-based violence for Muslim women and girls in Bangui
  • Organised a conference and debated on GBV, mediation and national and international civilian protection standards
One major achievement of the organisation is the awareness campaign it has launched in the eight districts of Bangui, as well as in Sibut, Bambari, Bossangoa, Bouar and Bozoum, which has reached over 2,000 people. RNOJDH has also organised human rights workshops every quarter since 2009, training more than 5000 young activists from around the Central African Republic.
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