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Freedom Day 2017: After 23 years, working together is still needed for equal rights

As the state authorities, laws, policies and structures have an invaluable role in ensuring that the human rights, particularly those of sexual and gender minorities, are protected, other members of society have their parts to play in further realising equality and non-discriminations.

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Centre hosts meeting on Draft Model Law on the rights of intersex persons in Africa


On 24 April 2017, the Centre for Human Rights hosted its first consultative meeting on the Model Law on the rights of intersex persons in Africa with a number of intersex rights activists in South Africa in attendance.

Press Statement: Symposium delegates call for national land reform dialogue


Delegates to a symposium on land reform heard that a human rights approach to land redistribution, grounded in the effective implementation of Section 25 of the Constitution, can still guarantee a life of dignity, equality and freedoms for all South Africans.
Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria

The Centre for Human Rights, based at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, is both an academic department and a non-governmental organisation.

The Centre was established in the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, in 1986, as part of domestic efforts against the apartheid system of the time.

The Centre for Human Rights works towards human rights education in Africa, a greater awareness of human rights, the wide dissemination of publications on human rights in Africa, and the improvement of the rights of women, people living with HIV, indigenous peoples, sexual minorities and other disadvantaged or marginalised persons or groups across the continent.

Over the years, the Centre has positioned itself in an unmatched network of practising and academic lawyers, national and international civil servants and human rights practitioners across the entire continent, with a specific focus on human rights law in Africa, and international development law in general.

Today, a wide network of Centre alumni contribute in numerous ways to the advancement and strengthening of human rights and democracy all over the Africa continent, and even further afield.

In 2006, the Centre for Human Rights was awarded the UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education, with particular recognition for the African Human Rights Moot Court Competition and the LLM in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa. In 2012, the Centre for Human Rights was awarded the 2012 African Union Human Rights Prize.



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