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Violent protests and civil society, where to from here?

When: Friday, 22 November 2019 - Friday, 22 November 2019
Where: Braamfontein Campus West
Chalsty Auditorium, Law School
Start time:11:00
Enquiries:

Busisiwe.Zasekhaya1@wits.ac.za by 18 November

The Right2Protest Project will host this dialogue on the challenges in exercising the right to protest.

The case of Kanya Cekeshe has civil society reflecting on the nature of violent protests in South Africa and the role it should be playing. The Right2Protest Project is a coalition of civil society organisations that aim to advance the constitutional right to protest.

Panellists:

  • Tembeka Ngcukaitobi SC, Advocate of the Johannesburg Bar
  • Nomzamo Zondo, Director of Litigation, Socio-Economic Rights Institute
  • Stanley Malematja, Attorney, Right2Protest Project
  • Busisiwe Zasekhaya, Coordinator, Right2Protest Project

The dialogue will be facilitated by Dr Tshepo Madlingozi, Director, Centre for Applied Legal Studies.

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