Human Rights

constitution rights Resource Allocation governance
Thursday, 12 May, 2016 - 12:40
The judiciary should consider using a capabilities approach to review government’s resource allocation decisions in socioeconomic rights cases, writes van der Berg
This article focuses on the scandals surrounding the ANC, particularly President Zuma, and how these could impact – negatively or negatively on people’s choice of a political party during lections
The United Nations Human Rights Committee hard-hitting report on South Africa’s record on civil and political...
With all the hate speech that has recently been unleashed on social media platforms, perhaps it is time to remember Mandela by building on the idea that friendship can shape a nation
In this article, the author provides an overview of the HSF's continued fight to secure adequate independence for the institutions charged with protecting the constitutional rights of South Africans
The escalating violence leaves South Africa with no option but to invest in ending all forms of violence against women and children
The South African justice system fails women with the way it handles cases involving gender-based violence, writes Rama
In this article, the authors focus on the importance of economic liberation for women in abusive relationships
The FW de Klerk Foundation slams the proposal by the rector of the Stellenbosch University that Afrikaans will no longer have an equal position with English  
In this article, Varjabedian, the author, discusses whether South Africa is ready for a female president
Ford Foundation president, Darren Walker, announces that the two-year transition is over and shares a number of major decisions and offer details on FordForward  

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