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Evidence-based Strategies for the Prevention of Gender-based Violence in South Africa: A Case Study of CSVR

"The research findings of this review were used by the CSVR’s Gender-Based Violence Programme to inform and develop evidence-based violence prevention interventions in communities. Over the last decade, South Africa has developed progressive legis…

Analysis of Existing Data on Torture in South Africa with Specific Focus on Annual Reports Published by IPID and JICS

The practice of torture and cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment (CIDT) remains a major human rights violation in post-apartheid South Africa. Currently, there is little information on patterns and trends of torture in South Africa. This research…

Human Rights Violation Reports Based On Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Expression In Nigeria

The Nigerian constitution guarantees the rights to life, dignity, personal liberty, a fair hearing and freedom of movement amongst other human rights. These rights apply to all without limitation on the grounds of sexual orientation, gender identit…

Compendium of Laws: Discriminating against Persons based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Expression in Nigeria

Despite the political and religious support for the criminalisation of same sex relationships and homosexual conduct, Nigeria's constitutional document as well as its commitments under international law, remain favorably disposed to principles of co…

It’s not just Xenophobia: Factors that lead to violent attacks on foreigners in South Africa and the role of the government

This Policy and Practice Brief examines the trend of burgeoning xenophobia in South Africa and suggests what could be done to contribute to its eradication. These recommendations are not exhaustive but are initial steps through which the nation can …

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