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Centre Stage Media Arts Foundation

Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Joined April 2013

CSMA works in under-resourced urban neighbourhoods of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. We legally empower marginalised and vulnerable communities with information and tools to use and shape the law.

Presence in: Zimbabwe
Focus: Citizenship & Identification, Health, Policy Advocacy, Women's Rights

Centre Stage Media Arts Foundation (CSMA) is a Zimbabwean grassroots human rights organisation. CSMA implements legal empowerment projects in under-resourced urban communities of Bulawayo and the immediate peri-urban environs.

Through media advocacy, legal education, human rights monitoring and reporting aswell as para-legal training, CSMA seeks to place the law in the hands of ordinary citizens to enable them to use and shape the law.

People Associated With This Organization

Paul Sixpence

Centre Stage Media Arts Foundation
Joined August 2017
Interests: Citizenship & Identification, Family, Gender-based violence, Health, Women's Rights
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; Minority Rights Fellowship (Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights); 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).

Sandra Moyo

Centre Stage Media Arts Foundation
Joined March 2021
Interests: Gender-based violence, Health, Women's Rights
I am a human rights advocate based in Zimbabwe. I am interested in advancing socio-economic rights for vulnerable and marginalised groups. In my work, I work with sexual minorities, people living with HIV, youth drug users, sex workers, adolescent girls and young women. I am currently employed by Centre Stage Media Arts Foundation as a Programme Officer. I am joining the network to share my expertise, access resources and learn from my peers across the world who are working tirelessly to legally empower vulnerable and marginalised groups.

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