Annual General Meeting (AGM)
LHRC boosts 120 members two of which are organizations while others are individuals. Members, form the Annual General Assembly, the highest organ of the organization. Affiliates meet annually to ensure the organization operates within its mandate and scope. The constituent deliberate on the contextual framework of the LHRC while receiving the Audited Financial and Annual Report. They are in charge of making decisions on general lines of policy, including the power to amend the memorandum and articles of association, as well as to appoint the Board of Directors.
LHRC is a membership organization with current membership base of more than 150 members. The organization is governed by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) which meets each year. AGM appoints Board of Directors and approve the external auditors. It also receives the audited accounts reports of the organization. LHRC has a Board of Directors (BoD). Currently there are 8 board members with different backgrounds; lawyers, human rights experts, religious leader, journalist, and accountants. The BoD is the supreme governance body. LHRC has a management team which is headed by the Executive Director.
Board of Directors
The Board is responsible to the General Assembly of Members.
The Board is the decision maker in relation to policies and programmes of the LHRC and supervises implementations.
The Board employs the Executive Director and confirms the members of staff of the LHRC employed by the Executive Director.
The Board makes regulations for the proper management of personnel, facilities and finances of the LHRC.
It approves annual plans and budgets. It ensures the provision of facilities necessary for the proper governance and direction of the LHRC.