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Justice Kate O'Regan, retired judge of the South African Constitutional Court and Oxford visiting professor, will be presenting the final seminar in this term's Oxford Human Rights Hub Seminar Series on Tuesday, 4 June at 13:00 in the Law Faculty Board Room [more…]
The next conference has not been scheduled yet, but as soon as it is, details will be listed here.
Tuesday 4 June: Modernity and tradition in the South African Constitution: free speech, gender and association, Justice Kate O'Regan, Former Justice of the South African Constitutional Court,…
Wednesday 15 May: South Africa's Constitutional Court: Battling populist political pressure, Hugh Corder, Professor of Public Law, University of Cape Town
Paul Weller, Kingsley Purdam, N Ghanea and Sariya Contractor, Religion or Belief, Discrimination and Equality: Britain in Global Contexts (Continuum, London and New York 2013) (forthcoming)
One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Constitution-Making and Voter Education in Zimbabwe - By Obert Hodzi Over the past decade, Zimbabwe has been characterised by political turmoil and economic meltdown that resulted in dollarization and abandonment of the country's currency in 2008. After the disputed and violent elections of March and June 2008, political parties in Zimbabwe entered into a Global Political Agreement…¦ Continue reading