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Khulumani Support Group

Khulumani Support Group

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Power FM Podcast about the Pursuit of Prosecution of the Torturer of Neil Aggett

"Chris Vick looks at the only white anti-apartheid activist to die in detention, trade unionist Dr Neil Aggett. Dr Aggett was found hanged in his cell after a 60-hour interrogation in 1982. His family is still seeking justice 31 years later, and tonight Chris interviews Brain Sandberg from the Neil Aggett Support Group, which has laid criminal charges against the security policemen who interrogated Dr Aggett, and to Katishi Masemola, general secretary of the Food & Allied Workers Union, which has backed the support group."

Launch of AWETHU! Peoples’ Platform for Social Justice, 28 November 2013

On Thursday 28 November 2013 the AWETHU! Peoples’ Platform for Social Justice was launched at a founding workshop held at the Braamfontein Centre in Johannesburg with round table discussions on the issues concerning people and the actions people are taking to address them. 

The platform is envisaged as providing a vehicle to connect and amplify the voices of people and movements committed to social justice and political accountability.

Taking Forward the Development of Guidelines on Amnesty and Accountability

The Transitional Justice Institute at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland has published a set of guidelines, the Belfast Guidelines on Amnesty and Accountability as a resource for all role players involved in brokering or implementing peace agreements. 

The guidelines have been authored by a group of resource persons led by Louise Mallinder and Tom Hadden and deal with issues of who should be held accountable for international crimes and human rights violations and whether the use of amnesties conflicts the duty of states to prosecute. Download...

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Public Seminar with Mr Ruben Carranza, of the International Center for Transitional Justice

You are warmly invited to a conversation with visiting Transitional Justice lawyer, Mr Ruben Carranza on Wednesday 1 October 2014 from 12:30 – 14:00

 

Topic: Reparative Remedies in Global Perspective: Possibilities for Advancing Reparations Advocacy in South Africa towards Resolving the TRC Unfinished Business

 

  • Date: 1 October 2014
  • Time: 12:30 – 14:00
  • Venue: Offices of SAHA (South African History Archive)
  • Address: Women’s Jail Section of Constitution Hill, 1 Kotze Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg 2017
  • Contact number for SAHA for directions if needed: 011 718 2560

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