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The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, cordially invites you to a side-event on Civil Society Engagement with the Pan-African Parliament (PAP). This event will be held on the sidelines of the upcoming Alternative Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa. 

The year 2019 was quite momentous for us in the Centre for Human Rights, both in the Centre’s capacity as an academic institution and as an NGO. 

As an academic department of the Faculty of Law, we celebrated 20 years of the Master’s programme in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa (HRDA). We had a number of events with alumni and we were so fortunate to reflect on the great achievements of many of them and the significant roles they have been playing on the African continent. We also marked the introduction of another Master’s programme, one in Disability Rights in Africa last year and we saw a number of students graduating in our Master’s programme in International Trade and Investment Law in Africa (TILA).

The African Disability Rights Yearbook (ADRY) is calling for papers for consideration for publication in Section A of the ADRY in 2020. The ADRY publishes once a year with a focus on disability rights issues and developments of contemporary concern to persons with disabilities on the African continent. The ADRY is published by the Pretoria University Law Press (PULP) and is published as a peer-reviewed open-access journal.

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The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, cordially invites you to a side-event on Civil Society Engagement with the Pan-African Parliament (PAP). This event will be held on the sidelines of the upcoming Alternative Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa. 

The year 2019 was quite momentous for us in the Centre for Human Rights, both in the Centre’s capacity as an academic institution and as an NGO. 

As an academic department of the Faculty of Law, we celebrated 20 years of the Master’s programme in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa (HRDA). We had a number of events with alumni and we were so fortunate to reflect on the great achievements of many of them and the significant roles they have been playing on the African continent. We also marked the introduction of another Master’s programme, one in Disability Rights in Africa last year and we saw a number of students graduating in our Master’s programme in International Trade and Investment Law in Africa (TILA).

The African Disability Rights Yearbook (ADRY) is calling for papers for consideration for publication in Section A of the ADRY in 2020. The ADRY publishes once a year with a focus on disability rights issues and developments of contemporary concern to persons with disabilities on the African continent. The ADRY is published by the Pretoria University Law Press (PULP) and is published as a peer-reviewed open-access journal.