Human Rights and Conflict Sensitivity

The Hebrew term for peace-SHALOM connotes abundance, equality, respect, justice, well-being and absence of war/conflict.  Peace building contributes to good governance, sustainable and equitable economic development, reconciliation and civic empowerment.

Peace Building and Conflict resolution

RIC-NET facilitates community action approaches aimed at empowering people at grassroots to prevent and manage conflicts and human rights violation. we support actions towards weaving the fabrics of dialogues, tolerance, reconciliation, resilience and peaceful coexistence in the communities.  We promote tools such as Do No Harm (DNH), Making Sense of Turbulent Contexts (MSTC) and CONFLICT TREE to understand the root causes of conflict and Key Actors.

Good governance and Justice

Building a community based systems and structures for monitoring and reporting on the fulfillment of SDGs, human rights violation, service delivery, marginalisation and democratic participation. Build capacity of paralegal activists and demand for the relevant JLOS organs of the government fulfill their obligations towards the citizens.

Partnerships and External Engagements

No one government or organization can solve issues that contribute to poverty alleviation and conflict resolution.  It takes partnership to achieve lasting results.  We partner with communities, local and international organisations, governments and donors to promote respect for human rights, build peace and alleviate poverty.