The Human Rights Advocacy Project is an advocacy and Campaign projects which is made up of young people with disabilities aged between 16-30 who lobby the government to sign, ratify and domesticate the United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities (UNCRPD). The objectives of this project are-
- To lobby the Government to implement the UNCRPD and Zambia Disability Act.
- To campaign for the removal of all forms of barriers that hinder persons with disabilities to participate fully in the social, psychological and economic development of the country.
- To train and mentor members on leadership and campaigning skills.