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Maryam Rashid used to live on the streets of Arusha in Tanzania. When she was 6 years her grandmother couldn't afford to keep her anymore. Maryam then lived on the streets for 8 years, until she got tired of being harassed and abused and accepted to live in a home for street girls. In this report she goes back to the street and lets her mind wander. Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/reelafrica?sub_confirmation=1 More videos on http://www.youtube.com/reelafrica (C) 2014, Ruud Elmendorp | Arusha http://www.videojournalist.nl
Mary is from Tanzania and she is studying Law at the University of South Wales. She enjoys it so much that her three sisters also chose USW! If you're from Tanzania and want more information about studying at USW visit: http://international.southwales.ac.uk/country/tanzania/en/
Sengu has been a huge supporter of Inherit Your Rights, including talking through this new legal fellowship. To help improve legal access for the women in rural Tanzania, and to help fund the future human rights lawyers in Tanzania, please support our fellowship fundraiser. http://www.indiegogo.com/inherityourrights
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The East African Law Society is pushing for the harmonization of the legal systems across the region, to enhance the quality of legal practice, but also encourage the formulation of a regulatory framework for cross border legal practice. Formed in 1995, the East Africa Law Society, brings together individual lawyer-members from the region as well as National Bar associations from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zanzibar, Rwanda, and Burundi. Michael Baleke reports of the society's meeting that opened here in Kampala today.
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Thirty university students from nine English-speaking African countries came together to participate in the 17th edition of the All Africa International Humanitarian Law Competition in Arusha, Tanzania from 18 to 25 November, 2017.
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This video features presentations from a webinar hosted by IIED's legal tools for citizen empowerment team. Introduction: Philippine Sutz, senior researcher – legal tools team; Natural Resources Group Speakers: Dr. Helen Dancer, barrister and senior lecturer, University of Brighton, UK, and Naieku Kisambu, dierctor of programmes, Tanzania Women Lawyer Association (TAWLA).
Development projects carried the day in East African Community countries as they simultaneously presented their budget statements. The focus was on growing their respective economies by double digits. Mercy Milanoi takes a look at some of the highlights from the budgets of Uganda Tanzania and Rwanda.
Lawyer arrested in tanzania for homouality grateful for the support South Africa Saturday 28 October 2017 - 2:59pm File: A human rights lawyer, Sibongile Ndashe, who was detained in Tanzania for allegedly promoting homosexuality in the country is greateful to all who supported her. Photo: AFP JOHANNESBURG - A South African human rights lawyer released from detention in Tanzania has sent a message to those who supported her. Sibongile Ndashe was arrested with 12 other human rights activists last week, for allegedly promoting homosexuality in the country. Homosex...
Tanzanian Exile Evarist Chahali and British Lawyer Sarah Hermitage talk about corruption and human rights in Tanzania and access to law. Talking at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London for Solicitors International Human Rights Group Corruption and Human Rights: Tanzania. Everest Chahali and Sarah Hermitage - 28th May 2014. Chaired by Lionel Blackman. Evarist Chahali begins at 2 minutes 45 seconds. Sarah Hermitage's address starts at 38 minutes 15 seconds. The question and answer session starts at 1 hour 11 minutes and 10 seconds.
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Hyena Square (2007): Tanzania's young sex workers hang out in Hyena Square in Dar Es Salaam. Often, forced into prostitution, their heartbreaking stories reveal brutal histories of poverty and exploitation, yet they still find hope for the future. Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For similar stories, see our Modern Slavery playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlGSlkijht5iTJ7babeiqnadLwZP4rRgr Freeing Girls Trafficked To Italy For Sex https://youtu.be/agl9gxmqmRc Europe's Paedophiles Holiday Hotspot https://youtu.be/jcYz1ihvXTI "Hyena Square is a gateway for children with problems", reveals aid worker Justa Mwaituka. Elisa was one such child; at fifteen she came to Hyena Square out of desperatio...