Comparative Hate Speech Law

by | Mar 7, 2012

Comparative Hate Speech Law: Research prepared by Oxford Pro Bono Publico for the Legal Resources Centre, South Africa (March 2012)

Memorandum and Annexure prepared for the Legal Resources Centre, South Africa (LRC) to assist in the preparation of submissions in two hate speech cases to be heard by the Supreme Court of Appeal: Herselman v Geleba and Afriforum v Malema.

You can read the full report below. You can also download the full report here and the accompanying annexure hereYou can browse all OPBP’s projects here.

 

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