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The South African Human Rights Commission is searching for talented individuals who are committed to shaping the future of South Africa.

Legal Consultant - (level 10) – 12 months contract– North West Provincial Office
Salary: R28 166.50 per month inclusive of benefits
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Kindly submit a one page cover letter and two page CV  to recruitment@sahrc.org.za by 15h00 on Friday 27 February 2015. Please note that candidates may be required to undergo competency assessments and subject themselves to security clearance procedures. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews.

 


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MEDIA STATEMENTS

Meeting between the South African Human Rights Commission and the Deputy Chair of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child
SAHRC welcomes amendment to gym's rules to specifically prohibit racism
SAHRC challenges the powers and human rights violations in micro-lending
SAHRC concerned about chaos during SONA, calls on investigation into jamming of internet
SAHRC calls on Government to act quick on xenophobic tensions


SAHRC NEWSLETTER

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SAHRC Tip-offs Hotline

Report any fraudulent and/or unethical behavior taking place in the Commission anonymously to the SAHRC Tip-offs Line.

FreeCall: 0800 222 365
Email: sahrc@tip-offs.com
FreeFax: 0800 00 77 88
FreePost: KZN 138, Umhlanga Rocks 4320
Website: www.tip-offs.com

To lodge a human rights violation complaint, click here.

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SAHRC Programmes

Since its establishment, the SAHRC has dedicated itself to:
•  Raising awareness;
•  Monitoring and assessment;
•  Education and training
•  Addressing human rights violations

How can the SAHRC help?

The SAHRC promotes, protects and monitors human rights in South Africa. It also has a specific responsibility to promote and monitor the implemen-
tation of PAIA.

Calendar

08 March – International Women’s Day
21 March - Human Rights Day
27 April – Freedom day
1 May - Workers day
03 May – World Press Freedom Day

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