WRITTEN SUBMISSION ON THE CUSTOMARY INITIATION BILL

The Centre for Unity in Diversity (CUD), based at the FW de Klerk Foundation, avails itself to making a written submission in response to the call for submissions (14 July 2017) on the Customary Initiation Bill.

Furthermore, the CUD would appreciate the opportunity to engage the Portfolio Committee on Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs during the follow-up process, by providing an oral submission.

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STATEMENT: FEASIBILITY OF A SINGLE HUMAN RIGHTS BODY

The Centre for Unity in Diversity (CUD) has made a written submission to the Office on Institutions Supporting Democracy (OISD) and the Knowledge Information Services Division in Parliament, in response to its call for submissions on the feasibility of a Single Human Rights Body.

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WRITTEN SUBMISSION ON A PROCESS TO EXAMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SINGLE HUMAN RIGHTS BODY

The Centre for Unity in Diversity (CUD) and the Centre for Constitutional Rights (CFCR), both based at the FW de Klerk Foundation, avail ourselves to making a written submission in response to the call for submissions (25 May 2017) on the Feasibility of the Establishment of a Single Human Rights Body. Furthermore, we would appreciate the opportunity to engage the Office on Institutions Supporting Democracy (OISD) and the Knowledge Information Services Division in Parliament during the follow-up process of providing an oral submission.

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ARTICLE: DIMINISHING THE POWER OF DISCRIMINATION

The killing of 69 unarmed people in Sharpeville, South Africa, protesting apartheid pass laws on 21 March 1960, stirred the conscience of the world and saw the United Nations General Assembly adopt a Resolution to declare the day International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination in 1966.

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