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First International Children's Rights Moot 2014

The University of Leiden (Netherlands) and UNICEF hosted the first International Children's Rights Moot from 18 to 20 November 2014.  

2014-11-20 Leiden Moot

The moot was part of the Children's Rights week organised by the University of Leiden, UNICEF and the city of Leiden to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. 

The University of Pretoria's team mentored the Centre's attorneys, Karabo Ngidi and Carina du Toit, won the prize for Best Applicant. The team members were Stephen Buabeng Baiboo and Thandeka Khoza, both second year law students.

 

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23 March 2017

Open Society Justice Initiative publishes report on quality education

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The Open Society Justice Initiative published a report titled Strategic Litigation Impacts: Equal Access to Quality Education. The report, written by Ann Skelton, draws comparative insights from practice in Brazil, India and South Africa.

Commissioned by the Justice Initiative and the Open Society Foundations’ Education Support Program, the report is the second in the Justice Initiative’s four-part series of qualitative studies exploring the impacts of strategic litigation in addressing critical human rights problems around the world. Access the report here.

 

13 March 2017

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The Centre for Child Law supports investigations by Commission for Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Rights of Cultural‚ Religious and Linguistic Communities on deaths of child initiates. Read our press release here.

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