In this capacity, Ms Dube will support the director of the CFCR in achieving the Centre’s objectives of promoting the values, rights and principles in the Constitution; monitoring developments, including draft legislation, in terms of the Constitution; informing people and organizations of the constitutional rights and obligations; and assisting people and organizations in claiming their rights.
Ms Dube holds an LL.B degree from the University of Fort Hare, an LL.M degree from the University of Stellenbosch, as well as a Diploma in European Studies from the University of Vienna. She completed her articles at the Rhodes University Legal Aid Clinic in 2006 and gained international experience as a clerk for the Vice President of the International Criminal Court.
Most recently, Ms Dube held a Research Fellowship specialising in human rights at the Ludwig Boltzman Institute for Human Rights at the University of Vienna. Her areas of expertise include Constitutional Law, International Law and Property Law.
Ms Dube’s experience and expertise – especially in relation to human rights and Constitutional Law – will add great value to the CFCR and its aim to promote the values, rights and principles enshrined in the Constitution in the interests of everyone who lives in South Africa.
Issued by the Centre for Constitutional Rights