findings on the state of human rights : freedom of association, assembly, expression and information,dispite national and international commitments by the Governement , is not enabling for CSOs in South Africa
Enabling Eviroment for Civil Society Organisations in South Africa : National Assement meeting taking place in sandton at Webber Wentzel Participants from a broad range from CSOs, Academics, and Researcher and HDRs with various experiences on Socio economic and Human Rights
A moment of silence for the late Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela and Ntate Zola Skweyiya. May their souls rest in peace, ALUTA CONTINUA ✊ pic.twitter.com/OLxT…
Awareness raising and popularisation of the African Commission on Human and people's right guidelines on freedom of Association & Assembly pic.twitter.com/7Y14…
May your soul Rest in Peace our Dear beloved Lucrecia. Your Heroism will remain in us, words cannot express our profound despair and sorrow pic.twitter.com/pceC…
HURISA: Internship last day to apply ngopulse.org/opportu…
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