Human rights Articles

World AIDS Day 2017 Toolkit
16 Days of Activism Against Women and Children Abuse
NGO: Cuba Doubled Political Prisoners in One Year
​Tax Revolt May Be Brewing in South Africa
Philanthropy in a Recession
'Global Emergency' in Civil Society, Says Report
SA Needs a Concrete Plan To Stop Gender Violence
New HIV Policy for Schools Does Not Go Far Enough
Civil Society Gets a Say at EU-Africa Forum
Invest and Mobilise to End Violence Against Women
16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence
Bill Threatening Journalism in SA to be Re-Introduced to Parliament
Africa: We Can Lead the Way in Ending Aids, Malaria and TB
Trade and Industry Committee Welcomes Release Of Crucial Bills
Why Societies Must Protect Children If They Want Fewer Criminals
Term-Limit Changes the Biggest Threat to Democracy in Africa?
Will the Zambian Poll Results Trigger a Constitutional Crisis?
SA’s Finance Minister is Vindicating the Law by Ignoring Police Unit
What is at Stake for New Councils in South Africa?
Is Service Delivery Protest a Meaningful Act of Expression or An Act that Can Just Be Switched Off?
SA Should Keep Standing Up Against Violence Against LGBT Persons – At Home and Abroad
How to Help Courts Play their Part in Balancing Government Spending
Corruption at the Highest Level: Will the ANC Maintain Voter Confidence?
UN Report Shows SA Government Must Start Respecting Human Rights!
An Invitation to the Legacy of Friendship Dialogue
Institutional Independence: Why it is Important and What We Are Doing
Preventing the Scourge of Gender-Based Violence
The Justice System is Failing Women
Ending Violence Starts with Empowering Women
Language Policy at the University of Stellenbosch
Getting Ready for a Woman President?
Moving the Ford Foundation Forward
Satire and its Role in Shaping a Culture of Free Expression
Menstrual Hygiene: Comfort, Dignity and a Health Issue Concern
Gender and Internet Governance in Africa
A Slap in the Face of the Constitution
The Internet, the Right to Not be Connected and Forgotten
Human Trafficking in South Africa: An Elusive Statistical Nightmare
The Government, the Constitution and the Law
Violence Less Likely in Homes Where Fathers Share Chores Equally

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