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Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Researcher

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a non-profit organisation providing professional and dedicated socio-economic rights assistance to individuals, communities and social movements in South Africa.

SERI conducts applied research, engages with government, advocates for policy and legal reform, facilitates civil society coordination and mobilisation, conducts popular education and training, and litigates in the public interest. The SERI Law Clinic is registered as a public interest law centre.

Our thematic areas are:

Treatment Action Campaign at the Precipice: An Opportune Time for Reflection

A recent petition by researchers, clinicians and activists made on behalf of the Treatment Action Campaign and published in the Mail & Guardian Newspaper, 28 November, 4 December 2014 Edition, The Case for Saving the TAC is Compelling, left me with mixed views on the TAC’s plight as petitioned. The TAC is evidently not unique in its current funding crisis in South Africa.

Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Community Research & Advocacy Officer

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a dynamic human rights NGO that provides expert socio-economic rights assistance to communities, CBOs and social movements.

SERI’s current thematic focus areas are: urban housing; access to basic services and informal settlement upgrading; informal trade; and participation, protest and political space.

The SERI Law Clinic seeks to appoint a Community Research and Advocacy Officer, based in Johannesburg.

Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Researcher

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a dynamic human rights NGO that provides expert socio-economic rights assistance to communities, CBOs and social movements.

SERI’s current thematic focus areas are: urban housing; access to basic services and informal settlement upgrading; informal trade; and participation, protest and political space.

The SERI Law Clinic seeks to appoint a Researcher, based in Johannesburg.

Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Senior Attorney

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a nonprofit organisation providing professional, dedicated and expert socio-economic rights assistance to individuals, communities and social movements in South Africa. The SERI Law Clinic has a first-rate human rights practice, which encompasses constitutional and administrative law, criminal defence, defamation, labour law, property law, contract law (insofar as it involves consumer protection) and actions against the police and other delictual claims.

Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Candidate Attorneys

The SERI Law Clinic has a first-rate human rights practice, which encompasses constitutional and administrative law, criminal defence, defamation, labour law, property law, contract law (insofar as it involves consumer protection) and actions against the police and other delictual claims. SERI concentrates its work in South Africa’s townships, informal settlements, the Johannesburg Inner City and other poor and marginalised communities. SERI’s practitioners appear regularly at all levels of the courts system, up to and including the Constitutional Court.

Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Legal Researcher

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a nonprofit organisation providing professional, dedicated and expert socio-economic rights assistance to individuals, communities and social movements in South Africa.

SERI seeks to appoint a Legal Researcher, based in Johannesburg.

This exciting new position that requires a vibrant self-starter to assist to integrate SERI's research and advocacy work with its litigation work.

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