The most common causes of mass human rights violations are discrimination and lack of tolerance for minorities.  The contexts where AJAR works are home to ethnic minorities, such as the Moro in Mindanao, the Pathani in southern Thailand, and the Shan, Kachin, Karen, and Rohingya in Burma, and religious minorities like Christians in Papua, and Hindus and Muslims in Sri Lanka.

The Humanity Project

The project empowers women survivors and their children, through youth-led initiatives that encourage survivors to learn from their experiences, identify their needs, and access basic services.

Our work on tolerance

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16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence

2 years ago – Every year on 25 November we celebrate International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women which runs up until 10 December, on the commemoration of International Human Rights Day. …

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AJAR for World Refugee Day 2021

2 years ago – On 20 June, we commemorate World Refugee Day to celebrate and honour the strength, courage and resilience of refugees. This year, AJAR supports the UNHCR’s 2021 World Refugee Day theme:…