The Foundation for Human Rights is deeply saddened by the passing away of Achmat Dangor

The Foundation for Human Rights is deeply saddened by the passing away of Achmat Dangor, a political activist and celebrated author, who used his immense literary skills to expose the

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COSAS 4 families apply to court for disinterment and post-mortem examination

        Press Release by the Foundation for Human Rights and Webber Wentzel    9 September 2020   The families of three members of the COSAS 4, who

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FHR mourns passing of Ms Nyameka Goniwe

  Press Release by the Foundation for Human Rights   31 August 2020 FHR mourns passing of Ms Nyameka Goniwe   It is with great sadness that the Foundation of

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WEBINAR 1: The Unfinished Business of the TRC: Justice Delayed Justice Denied

  PRESS RELEASE  TO: All Media  ATT: News Editors, Human Rights Reporters  For immediate release  Monday, 10 August 2020   WEBINAR 1: The Unfinished Business of the Truth and Reconciliation

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Never Again: 26 June – International Day In Support of Victims of Torture

  NEVER AGAIN 26 June – International Day In Support of Victims of Torture   The 26 June is twice over a critical date for the observance of human rights

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Justice for Ahmed Timol and other apartheid victims by the South African Coalition for Transitional Justice (SACTJ)

  Justice for Ahmed Timol and other apartheid victims Press Statement by the South African Coalition for Transitional Justice (SACTJ) 22 June 2020 The South African Coalition for Transitional Justice

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Press Release on the Postponement of the Inquest into the Death of Dr Neil Aggett

  WEBBER WENTZEL / FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Press Release on the Postponement of the Aggett Inquest   The inquest into the death of Dr Neil Aggett was scheduled to resume

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Press Statement: Cradock 4 families, tired of delaying tactics, demand that the NPA decide whether to prosecute or not

  Foundation for Human Rights and Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Press Statement   Some 35 years ago on 27 June 1985, community activists Matthew Goniwe, Fort Calata, Sparrow Mkhonto and Sicelo

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