The Right to Education in South Africa: The Challenges of Remedies and Enforcement

by | Nov 28, 2014

The OxHRH in partnership with the Oxford Martin School Human Rights for Future Generations Programme is pleased to celebrate International Human Rights Day on December 10 by participating in The Law Society’s Human Rights Week series of lectures and seminars to celebrate human rights. We were delighted to host Cameron McConnachie and Jason Brickhill from the Legal Resource Centre (South Africa). They spoke on the ground breaking cases the LRC has pioneered in South Africa on the right to educations and on the challenges of enforcing remedies to socio-economic rights cases. For information on other seminars in The Law Society Human Rights Week please go here.

Audio from this event here:

 

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