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Civil Society wants government to be more vocal and visible on issues of violence
Civil Society wants government to be more vocal and visible on issues of violence

On 12 September the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIA) hosted a Civil Society Roundtable on South A…

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Mindless violence further disempowers vulnerable casual workers
Mindless violence further disempowers vulnerable casual workers

The Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) condemns the burning of the Casual Workers Advice Offices (CWAO) in Germiston duri…

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UN 'Rights Up Front Action Plan' based on Sri Lanka Panel of Experts report
UN 'Rights Up Front Action Plan' based on Sri Lanka Panel of Experts report

The UN has said it has prepared an action plan to prevent human rights violations in countries after learning from the f…

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LGBTI Consultation Meetings
LGBTI Consultation Meetings

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJ&CD) and Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) have begun a ser…

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The Foundation for Human Rights (the Foundation) is a grant making institution supporting civil society organisations in South Africa and the region that implement programmes which promote and protect human rights. The Foundation's mission is to address the historical legacy of apartheid, to promote and advance transformation in our country and to build a human rights culture using the Constitution as a tool.

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