Human Rights

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Wednesday, 22 July, 2015 - 10:21
In this article, the authors argues that the extent to which South Africa is affected by human trafficking remains a mystery in the absence of credible research   
The authors focus on what they call “a continued attack on the judiciary,” following the controversy surrounding South Africa’s decision to let al-Bashir leave the country despite a court order preventing him to do so
The involvement of men in various family-related responsibilities could be central to breaking the intergenerational cycle of violence in our communities 
This article focuses on the controversy surrounding the visit by the Sudanese President and the role that SA should have played in handling the whole saga
In this article the author takes a closer look at a court order preventing Omar al-Bashir, the Sudanese President, from leaving 
South Africa is a signatory to the Rome Statute and is bound by its own legislation to implement the obligations of the Rome Statute, writes Sidiropoulos
Foreigners mostly seek agricultural land and land for tourism developments, but all foreigner-owned land in Africa holds the potential to prompt violence from displaced people
African governments should work with all stakeholders to end all forms of violence against women
South Africa should work towards ‘walking the talk’ when it comes to stepping up the fight against gender-based violence 
South Africa should do more to address its human rights and foreign policy challenges as its celebrates 21 years of democracy and freedom 
South Africa should work towards ending child trafficking and other practices that contribute to the violation of girls’ rights 

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