Centre Stage Media Arts (CSMA) is a national human rights organisation, that uses aspects of the media and arts to promote human rights, engage in advocacy work, document and monitor adherence to international human rights standards as established under international human rights law. CSMA also coordinates a community based network of paralegals.
Paul Sixpence is currently employed as the Coodinator (Human Rights Advocacy Projects) at Centre Stage Media Arts Foundation (Zimbabwe). As a human rights advocate, Paul is interested in promoting the legal empowerment of marginalised individuals and communities. Thus far, Paul has been leading legal education and para-legal training programmes in poor under-resourced urban and rural settings. Paul has held the following fellowships; Young African Scholar Fellowship (Harry Frank Guggeheim Foundation); Justice Initiative Fellow (Open Society Foundations); Salzburg Global Seminar Fellow; HIV Biomedical Prevention Fellowship (AVAC); Transitional Justice Fellow (Institute for Justice and Reconciliation); Mcgill Echenberg Democracy and Human Rights Fellow (McGill University – Faculty of Law).
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