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    NANHRI and the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL) on 22nd July, 2021 validated a draft National Action Plan (NAP) for the decriminalisation of petty offences in Sierra Leone.


    DECRIMINALISATION OF PETTY OFFENCES WILL DECONGEST CORRECTIONAL CENTRES



  • The enjoyment of human rights for everyone is determined by citizens’ accessibility to redress mechanism and knowledge of their rights and responsibilities in society.
    MAKING RIGHTS REAL: HRCSL TAKES MOBILE COMPLAINTS HEARING TO REMOTE COMMUNITIES
  • Port Loko, Koinadugu and Kono district are the latest to join the Human Rights and Peace Clubs established by the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL) with funds from UNDP and Irish Aid.
    75 PUPILS JOIN HUMAN RIGHTS & PEACE CLUBS

Welcome To Human Rights Commission Sierra Leone

Welcome to the official web site of the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL), the National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) of the country, established in 2004 by an Act of Parliament. The principal objective of the Commission is to protect and promote human rights throughout the country.

As you browse through the site, you will find information about what we do, and understand why and how we do it. You will also know our partners and how we collaborate; the composition of the Commission, our organisational structure and core values; and our relationship with the Government of Sierra Leone and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human rights, among other institutions.

You will also know our status (under the Paris Principles) as a NHRI at the International.

 


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Patricia Narsu Ndanema - Chairperson

Commissioner Patricia Narsu Ndanema was amongst the first set of staff recruited by the Human Rights Commission Sierra Leone (HRCSL) in 2008 when the HRCSL took up effective operations in 2007. She has a joint post graduate degree in Development Planning and Management from the University of Dortmund, Germany and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi Ghana. She also has a BA degree from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. Over the years, she has had several professional training on various human rights thematics and currently pursues International Human Rights Law at Nottingham University UK.
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HRCSL MOBILE COMPLAINT HEARING IN MATTRU JONG & GBADO TOWN


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HRCSL REVIEWS HUMAN RESOURCE MANUAL AND OTHER POLICIES


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HRCSL EXTENDS REFERRAL PARTNERSHIP FORUM TO THE EASTERN REGION


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