Southern Africa Human Rights NGO Network (SAHRINGON)
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1997-02-23 Johannesburg South Africa
23 Feb 1997, Johannesburg (South Africa). Launched 23 Feb 1998, Lusaka (Zambia). Network expected to become fully independent in 2005.
Coordinate a regional network of committed African human rights NGOs that foster a coordinated, effective and sustained regional response to human rights violations and challenges in Southern Africa; strengthen institutional capacity of the network at national and regional level; promote transparent, democratic and accountable governments in Southern Africa; enhance policy dialogue between civil society, government and international organizations.
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(2002-2005) Executive Director of U-XF4279 - Inter-African Network for Human Rights and Development (Afronet); Regional Project Coordinator (RPC); National Program Coordinators (NPCs); National Focal Point (NFP); Taskforces. (From 2005 onwards) General Meeting (annual). Regional office, co-ordinated by Afronet. National Chapters, coordinated by affiliate partner organizations at country level.
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