Category Archives: Human Rights Watch

2014 May 21: Muholi presents a lecture on Black Queer Born Frees in SA

  Where: Bremen University (Art & Design) department Country: Germany When: 21/05/2014 The guest lecture and workshop was part of the hon. professorship duties. See previous for details on the link below. 2013 Nov. 4: From Market Photo Workshop to … Continue reading

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2014 April 5: ‘Sifela i Ayikho’ photos

  L-R: Jelena Kuljic and Maureen Velile Majola at backstage before their performance at Studio 44, Constanza Macras in Berlin last night.      Jelena Kuljic about to sing “Senzeni na?”  Maureen Majola lit the candles and prayed hard… God … Continue reading

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2013 Dec. 6: IDEA dialogue on strategies of activism with Southern African activists

International IDEA (Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance) 2013: Africa Programme at the Workshop on “Strategies to overcome Political Exclusion-Lessons from Southern Africa” held in Pretoria, South Africa. by Jeremiah Sepotokele The International IDEA (Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance) … Continue reading

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2013 Nov. 25 South Africa: Video on Gender Violence

According to HRW direct email distributed recently, the work … Highlights Campaign; Documents Award-Winning Photographer’s Work (Johannesburg, November 25, 2013) – Human Rights Watch today released a short film that explores the work of the award-winning South African photographer and … Continue reading

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