Published: 7 Oct 2016
Tony Tate has been a Programme Officer for Sub-Saharan Africa at Fund for Global Human Rights since October 2010. In 1999 he established a Human Rights Watch office in Burundi. Between 1999 and 2002, while he was a Burundi Researcher for Human Rights Watch, Mr. Tate monitored country conditions and wrote country reports along with his research. He also conducted investigations into current and past human rights abuses in Burundi, including those resulting from the on-going civil war with emphasis on women, children, and displaced populations. He speaks French, some Kiswahili and rudimentary Kirundi.