Mosupatsila Mothohabonoe Nare

Mosupatsila Nare  is a human and women’s rights practitioner who holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Degree from Walter Sisulu University (South Africa). Nare is currently employed as a Legal Officer at Women’s Institute for Leadership Development (WILD), a Zimbabwean Civil Society Organisation whose area of focus is enhancing the effective and active participation of women in leadership and decision-making processes. She leads in policy analysis, preparation of policy briefs and policy drafts as tools for advocating and lobbying for the promotion of women and girls’ human rights as entrenched in international, regional and domestic human rights instruments. She has been active in facilitating workshops and trainings with Civil Society Organisations, Community Based Organisations, women and young women on human and women’s rights. She is a member of the Secretariat at the Constitutional Law Centre, a collaboration of six organisations namely WILD, WeLead Trust, ZimRights, Justice for Children, Centre for Applied Legal Research, Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum and Dr Alex Magaisa. Her expectation from the Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa programme is to attain practical strategies and knowledge on avenues that can be utilised in addressing human rights violations and challenges that have been rampant in Zimbabwe in particular and Africa in general.


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