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Centre for Environmental Law and Governance

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Joined May 2020

1. projects implementation's 2. Empowering local men and women, social welfare and local Leaders in the formal and informal structures through various forms of advocacy.

Focus: Criminal Justice

The Centre for Environmental Law and Governance (CELG) is a non-governmental organization working to promote a well governed society whose rights are respected and protected. The organization was conceived in January 2009 by four eminent scholars and practitioners in the field of law, governance, environmental justice and community development. CELG was officially registered in September 2009 and is on the fore front in the fields of capacity enhancement, rights advocacy and policy engagement.

People Associated With This Organization

Maria Masuke

Tanzania  
Centre for Environmental Law and...
Joined May 2020
Interests: Criminal Justice
I'm a lawyer with an LL.M in International law with International relations.
African Women Leaders Network (AWLN)-member at United Nations.


As a volunteer at Centre for Environmental Law and Governance, I am involved in projects implementations including the countering suppressive traditions in Tanzania through advocacy and increasing paralegal services to vulnerable women and children in Tanzania.
The aim is to protect women and girls against harmful tradition practices such as female genital mutilation, violence against children (child marriage, child pregnancy, rape) and Gender based violence (Rape and other forms of violence against women.
Maria Masuke is the network champion (main point of contact) for Centre for Environmental Law and Governance.

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