COVID-19: Welcoming Ceremony Master's Programmes postponed
As South Africa faces the locally expanding coronavirus epidemic, the University of Pretoria’s (UP) executive management team has decided to postpone contact classes and to reschedule the academic calendar.
Therefore, the welcoming ceremony, scheduled for 20 March 2020, is postponed. Details regarding the rescheduling of the ceremony will be communicated via the Centre's website and social media channels in due course.
We urge our students, staff, friends and colleagues to stay safe as we collectively turn the tide against this pandemic.
You are cordially invited to the Centre for Human Rights Master’s Programmes Welcoming Ceremony. On this occasion, 61 students from 24 African countries on the following programmes of the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, will be introduced:
- LLM/MPhil (Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa)
- LLM/MPhil (Multidisciplinary Human Rights)
- LLM/MPhil (Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Africa)
Date: Friday 20 March 2020
Time:17:45 for 18:00
Venue: Freedom Park (Corner Koch and 7th Avenue, Salvokop, Pretoria)
Enquiries: Ashwanee.Budoo@up.ac.za / 012 420 6703
The Welcome Address to the Master’s students will be delivered by
JUSTICE ZAK YACOOB
Former Judge, Constitutional Court of South Africa
The Keynote Address at the Welcoming Ceremony will be delivered by
MS LINDIWE KHUMALO
Advisor to the Chairperson, African Union Commission
For more information on the Centre for Human Rights visit www.chr.up.ac.za
Supported by the European Union