In conversation with Farouk Adedoyin and Reda Benkhadra

Every year, students at the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria on the LLM/MPhil programme in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa (HRDA) are assigned to human rights clinics which contribute to the work of the Centre’s research units and give the students practical experience and advance the Centre’s mission towards the realisation of human rights in Africa. In the year 2022, the HRDA students embarked on a #RatifyADRP campaign, urging African Union member states to ratify the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Africa (Africa Disability Protocol).

#GreenJusticeAfrica: Making climate change more accessible and less ableist

In conversation with Dr Yolanda Munoz

The right to access to justice for persons with disabilities

In conversation with Ms Dianah Msipa

Mental health as a human right

In conversation with Dr Linda Blokland

Intellectual disabilities as an unjustified barrier to accessing justice

In conversation with Dr Elizabeth Kamundia

Persecution and harmful practices: A daily challenge for persons with albinism

In conversation with Ms Perepetua Senkoro


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