The September 30 Days/ Dae/ Izinsuku is now available, as well as the latest CSPRI Newsletter.
The Civil Society Prison Reform Initiative (CSPRI) has made a few submissions to Parliament in the last month.
Socio-Economic Rights Project, Community Law Centre has been involved in two cases as amicus: Equalisation of Pensional Age between men and women and Right to Adequate Housing and Evictions.
This June/ July issue focuses on Local Government under Review. It has articles on where to now with district municipalities, changing local government powers and much more.
Submission by ad hoc working group on ‘Available Resources: The African Context; An African Perspective’, by:- Prof. J Sloth-Nielsen, B Mezmur (Children’s Rights Project, Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape), Dr. D Chirwa (University of Cape Town), et al.
The printed version of the Community Law Centre's 2006 Annual Report is now available below.
Articles in this issue are:
Article 40, Article 19, The Local Government Bulletin, ESR Review, as well as June's 30 Days/Dae/Izinsuku are now available for download.
Summary and comment on the Final Report of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of Corruptions, Maladministration and Violence in the Department of Correctional Services - "the Jali Commission" by Anthea van der Berg
Dr. Lilian Chenwi (senior researcher in the Socio-Economic Rights Project) has written a book. Order your copy today!
The Community Law Centre's 2006 Annual Report is now available.
The first issue of 2007's Article 19 is now available for download.
The feature article is on the release of General Comment No. 10 (Children's Rights in Juvenile Justice).
The Civil Society Prison Reform Initiative has published another Newsletter.
On 12 April 2007 the Socio-Economic Rights Project celebrated 10 years of its existence, as well as the launch of the Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: A Resource Book, 2nd Edition.
The Dullah Omar Memorial Lecture was held on 20 March 2007.
All the ESR Review issues have been compiled into a book for easy reading and research.
The Resource Book, Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa (2nd edition), edited by Sibonile Khoza has been published.
This publication encapsulates the range of discussions and debates that occurred during the conference. It also serves as a record of the proceedings that can be widely diesseminated to provide further insight and awareness on child justice developments thus far and the challenges still facing children who come into conflict with the law.
The Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu was the guest speaker at this year's Dullah Omar Memorial Lecture.