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Research outputs: HUMAN RIGHTS
2016 Generational victimhood in post-apartheid South Africa: perspectives of descendants of victims of apartheid era gross human violations
2015 Evaluation: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development's access to justice and promotion of constitutional rights programme implemented by the Foundation for Human Rights: inception report
The need to focus on strengthening civil society was identified as critical to this goal. This is particularly important in the light of the...
A study to assess the impact of the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Appeal on society and the lived experiences of all South A...