Rights and REActions: results and lessons learned from REAct
Results and lessons learned from REAct, a community-led human rights documentation and response system.
Rights, Evidence ACTion (REAct) is a community-led system to monitor and respond to human rights violations. It has proven to play a critical role in diverse social contexts, legal environments and responses to HIV. This report explores the experiences, results and lessons from the implementation of REAct in eight countries – Uganda, Kenya, Mozambique, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Georgia and Moldova – where it is being implemented at different scales and paces.
Gender-based violenceHIV preventionHuman rightsREAct