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Alice Mogwe

Alice, an SCI Fellow, is an experienced activist from Botswana who has led that country’s Centre for Human Rights (Ditshwanelo) for over 20 years.

Alice’s activism has seen her campaign on issues such as violations of indigenous peoples' rights, sexual orientation and gender identity, the organising of domestic workers and challenging the use of the death penalty.

Her fellowship has allowed her to reflect on her own and other activists’ experience of social change work in Botswana and southern Africa. In particular, she is developing an understanding of models of African leadership in the human rights field. One of the outputs from her fellowship is this TED talk on leadership. 

  1. Part of the Fellowship Programme

Based in Botswana