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Religious Rights and Freedoms in South Africa

(20 May 10 - RV) A new Charter is currently being drafted on Religious Rights and Freedoms in South Africa. The document sets out what the religions in the country believe they contribute to society and what they consider to be important.

One of those who has been working on the Charter is Constitutional lawyer and Professor Extraordinary of Law, University of the Free State, Iain Benson. He was in Rome recently and spoke to Lydia O’Kane.

Here is the full interview with Iain Benson on South African work posted on the Vatican Radio website. Alternatively, use this link.

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Prof. Ngwena leads symposium overseasDescription: Home Page Photo Prof Ngwena Tags: Home Page, Photo, Prof Ngwena

This is really a piece of information for you to note only about my activities here at Washington and Lee School of Law. On 3 April we are convening a symposium on Reproductive and Sexual Health and the Protocol to the African Charter on the Rights of Women in Africa. Part of the terms of my invitation was to lead a symposium in an area of my choice. The details of the symposium can be found on here.

Charles Ngwena
“This is a most viable initiative, making it possible for us to converse with international students and academics and to develop our international networking and research projects. It is also good to be part of such a strong initiative towards fulfilling the rights to religious exercise and freedoms around the world,” said Prof. de Freitas
 

Last updated: 12 February 2014 11:14