Practitioner – SESHIKA JOYCE

SESHIKA JOYCE – Practitioners

My motivation to join SaferSpaces:

As an individual with a strong drive to assist those in need, I am dedicated to providing advocacy, capitation, and empowerment to individuals with regard to their human rights. In addition, I offer crime prevention and school safety monitoring programs to promote community safety. Furthermore, I educate communities on civil matters and procedures, thoroughly explaining the rights outlined in Chapter 2 of the Constitution.

I'm working in these sectors:
I'm specialising in these topics:
Criminal justice system

As a facilitator of the Access to Justice Program's Community Engagement initiative, I work with individuals and groups to advocate for a range of rights, including those related to gender-based violence, child protection, human rights, and land ownership and eviction issues. Additionally, I focus on health advocacy efforts related to HIV/AIDS, TB, STIs, and NCDs.


Areas of expertise include community leadership and development, paralegal work, mediation, social auxiliary work, human rights, legal research and writing, legal interpretation, and civil procedures.