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Asylum Access

Oakland, United States
Joined February 2015
Presence in: Tanzania
Focus: Gender-based violence

Asylum Access’s mission is to make human rights a reality for refugees. We believe all refugees deserve a fair chance at a new life. All over the world, we challenge barriers that keep refugees from living safely, moving freely, working and attending school — because when refugees can rebuild their lives, nations thrive.

People Associated With This Organization

Jovin Sanga

Tanzania  
Asylum Access
Joined August 2015
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Environmental Justice, Family, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services
I'm a Tanzanian, lawyer by profession and a human rights activist based in Tanzania. I'm working more on child protection, women's rights and Human and Environmental rights. To ensure this, I have been working with different stakeholders at personal level and organizational level. I'm a facilitator on legal and human rights issues.

At organizational level, apart from providing legal aid to women and children, we have been training community paralegals to assist the members of the community at the grassroot/community level where access to justice and legal representation is limited.

By joining this network, I expect to lean more from others and, also to contribute my experience and challenges with others. I believe this is the right forum for understanding legal issues facing people in different parts of the world and different approaches in addressing them.

Katherine Flannery

Tanzania  
Asylum Access
Joined March 2015
Refugee law, specifically looking for information on women and children

veronica hollela

Tanzania  
Asylum Access
Joined August 2017
Interests: Citizenship, Criminal Justice, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Other, Women's Rights
Veronica Robins Hollela is a registered Advocate of the high court in Tanzania. She has been practicing law for seven (7) years in Tanzania. Veronica hold a post graduate diploma in legal Practice from The law School of Tanzania and LLB degree from University of the Witwatersrand rand, South Africa.

Veronica has an experience in public speaking as well as teaching experience.She has also attended and facilitated a number of straining, seminar, and workshops in Gender based Violence, women,children and refugees rights.

She is an active member of Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA), Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) and East African Law Society (EALS).

Reasons for joining Network:
-Professional development
-To share my knowledge and gain more experiences and skills from others.
-Gaining Practical skills
-Creating a platform for advocacy in my area of practice.
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is the network champion (main point of contact) for Asylum Access.

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