Human rights Articles

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
What Does Pretoria Stand to Gain from Welcoming Bashir?
Disregarding the Rule of Law

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