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ICAR Partners with LHRC, CHR, & Khulumani to Support the Development of National Action Plans on Business & Human Rights in Tanzania & South Africa

The International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR) has partnered with the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) in Tanzania, the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria (CHR) in South Africa, and the Khulumani Support Group in South Africa to support the development of National Action Plans (NAPs) on business…
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Khulumani Endorses the Demand for Disclosure of the List of National Key Points, given the Experience of the SASOL One Strike of October 1987

As a member of the Right to Know Coalition, Khulumani Support Group endorses the call for disclosure of the full list of sites that have been identified as National Key Points. The statement released by R2K and SAHA is available online at http://www.r2k.org.za/?p=4049​ As R2K and the South African History Archives…
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THE LESSONS KHULUMANI DRAWS FROM THE TUNISIAN TRUTH & DIGNITY COMMISSION: ASIKAQEDI – Let’s Finish What We Started

On the far northern shores of our continent, in Tunisia, a remarkable process of dealing with transition is unfolding. The processes connected to the Truth and Dignity Commission in Tunisia are contributing new ways of thinking about transitional justice and how to directly address the economic crimes that characterise authoritarian…
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Khulumani Welcomes The Announcement That The Regulations To Provide Educational Benefits For Victims & Survivors Of Apartheid Atrocities Have Been Signed By The President

The Asikaqedi Campaign welcomes the news of the signing into law of the regulations to provide educational benefits for those who were unable to complete their education as a result of apartheid human rights violations, and sacrifices made in the struggle for justice and democracy. This information was made public…
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Survivors of the 1987 SASOL strike denied the right to commemorate and to demand redress for apartheid crimes, on African Human Rights Day

On 21 October, 2014: African Human Rights Day, a group of ex-strikers planned to commemorate twenty-seven years since the 1987 SASOL strike with a picket at the SASOL plant in Sasolburg. They applied to the police for permission to demonstrate, painted banners, and brought in members from around the country for…
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Thu Mar 23 09:05:23 +0000 2017

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