BHRC Executive Committee at launch of Sri Lanka report 'An unfinished War' at Canadian High Commission 2014
NIGERIA: BHRC Chair, Kirsty Brimelow QC led the first training delegation training on "Child Rights Monitoring and Documentation" 2011.
MEXICO: BHRC members during Mexico Rule of Law delegation 2009.
NIGERIA: BHRC intern Madeleine Bridgett with staff from project partners of the Niger Delta Child Rights Watch Project, October 2011
Round-table meeting with Colombian Human Rights Lawyer, Rainaldo Villalba (Cajar) 2012 (photo Emma Marshall)
BHRC training team with Child Protection Networks in Nigeria (Lafia, 2012)
ZIMBABWE - BHRC training delegation “Tracking Expression: Monitoring, Reporting and Addressing Human Rights Violations During Elections” 2012.
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