Thematic Goals and Objectives
The work of KHRC is carried out through various strategies namely research, monitoring and documentation; legislative and policy advocacy; legal aid and public interest litigations; capacity building and networking with state and non-state actors; engaging in urgent action and rapid response to emerging issues; mainstreaming diversity and ensuring equality and non-discrimination; fostering media relations and publicity; monitoring and evaluation; and, enhancing institutional capacity and sustainability.
These are organized into four thematic areas of Civil and Political Rights (CPR); Economic and Social Rights (ESR); Equality and Non-discrimination(END) and Institutional Development and Sustainability (IDS) with five strategic objectives.
Civil and Political Rights whose strategic objective is enhanced human rights-based cultures of constitutionalism, people-driven governance and responsive justice.
Equality and Non-Discrimination whose strategic objective is enhanced representation and participation of targeted marginalised groups in political governance
Economic Social and Rights whose twin strategic objectives are-
- Producers’, workers’, consumers’ and host communities’ rights protected and
- Improved accountability in service delivery leads to improved access to economic, social and cultural rights.
Institutional Development and Sustainability whose strategic objective is a well-resourced and self-sustaining KHRC that delivers on its mandate.