Updated: Dec 19, 2022
On Human Rights Day , Esther Waigumo Njoki of the Mathare Social Justice Centre shares this potent and poignant message about the new relationship with Home for Humanity:
(As Wangari Mathaai said ,"Human rights are not things that are put on the table for people to enjoy. These are things you fight for and then you protect." We continue in our generation to fight for human rights and ecological justice.
Every 10th of December, the world unites to observe International Human Rights Day. Human Rights are guided by the values of humanity and Mathare Social Justice Center together with Home For Humanity Network are committed to continue building and becoming a home for the humankind. Yesterday we had a meeting in reflections and convening Mathare Social Justice Center as a home for humanity.
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Home for Humanity's co-founders salute the MSJC team: Gacheke Gachihi and Juliet Wanjira (Co-Founders), Mary Njeri (Administrator and Organic Intellectual) and Esther Waigumo Njoki (Ecological Justice Volunteer). On International Human Rights Day, 10 December 2022, we are overjoyed to welcome the Mathare Social Justice Centre in Nairobi into the Home for Humanity family, and salute their emancipatory, participatory and creative activism to champion human dignity.
We continue to strive to achieve overall community empowerment through ecological justice, planting trees in Memory of Victims of state violence and poverty crisis, learning and advocacy, among others.
As we mark this Day, we commit ourselves to working together towards establishing sustainable projects through focused self sufficient models.
Home is not a structure, Home is a sanctuary filled with love and where Dignity, Freedom and Justice is the daily meal).
Happy International Human Rights Day, May we all become a Home.
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Video Below; (MSJC celebrating Human Rights Day with Community)