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Unregulated Artisanal Underground and Surface Mining Activities

Older Persons Report

Land Restitution Report

Right to Access Sufficient Water and Decent Sanitation


Violence against Non-Nationals: Report on the SAHRC Investigation into Issues of Rule of Law, Justice and Impunity arising out of the 2008 Public Violence against Non-National

•   Chapter 1 - 2
•   Chapter 3 - 5

7th Economic and Social Rights 2006 -2009

•  Cover
•  Chapter 1- 3
•  Chapter 4 - 7
•  Chapter 8 - 10
•  Chapter 11 - 12

The Exclusionary Policies of Voluntary Association

Inquiry into Human Rights Violations in Farming Communities 2008

Public Hearing and Housing, Evictions and Repossessions 2008

Public Inquiry: Access to Healthcare Services

The Right to Basic Education 2006

6th Economic and Social Rights 2006

•  Introduction
•  Chapters 1-5
•  Chapters 6-8

Inquiry into School Based Violence in South Africa 2006

•  Introduction
•  Chapter 1 - 2
•  Chapter 3 - 4
•  Chapter 5

Road Closures/Boomgates 2004

Inquiry into Human Rights Violations in the Khomanani San 2004

•  English
•  Afrikaans

Inquiry into Human Rights Violations in Farming Communities 2003

•  Cover
•  Foreward
•  National
•  Provincial
•  Findings
•  Annexure
• Follow Up

5th Economic and Social Rights 2002/2003

•  Education
•  Environment
•  Food
•  Health
•  Housing
•  Land
•  Social Security
• Water

Child Sexual Offences 2002

National Conference on Racism 2001

Combating Racism 2000

4th Economic and Social Rights 2000/2002

•  Contents
•  Preface
• Executive Summary
•  Chapter 1
•  Chapter 2
•  Chapter 3
•  Chapter 4
•  Chapter 5
•  Chapter 6
•  Chapter 7
•  Chapter 8
•  Chapter 9
•  Chapter 10
•  Chapter 11
•  Chapter 12
•  Chapter 13
•  Appendix

Report into Initiation Practices at Educational Institutions 2001

3rd Economic and Social Rights 1999/2000

•  Cover
•  Chapter 1
•  Chapter 2
•  Chapter 3
•  Chapter 4
•  Chapter 5
•  Chapter 6
•  Chapter 7
•  Chapter 8
•  Chapter 9
•  Chapter 10
•  Chapter 11

Investigation into Racism in the Media 2000

Investigation into Racism in the Media 1999

•  Interim Report

Racism at the University of Pretoria

Racial Stereotyping in the Media 1999

Inquiry into Racism in the SAPS Vryburg District 1999

2nd Economic and Social Rights 1998/1999

Economic and Social Rights 1997/1998

•  Baseline Information
•  Protocols Vol II
•  Researcher's Evaluation of Governments Responses IV
•  Sangoco's Report on Poverty and Human Rights Vol V
•  Protocols VII
• Government Responses to Protocols VIII

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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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