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Transforming Society

Securing Rights

Restoring Dignity

Section 184 (3) Reports


During the 2016/7 financial year, the South African Human Commission identified policy gaps in respect of specific thematic human rights focus areas, with the main objective of influencing and lobbying for policy reform on these issues. The Commission’s provincial engagements on these priority areas for policy interventions is intended to facilitate community awareness and participation to inform action and implementation by policy makers in national government.  The Commission also identified policy gaps within specific thematic human rights focus areas, with the main objective of influencing and lobbying for policy reform.

Research Brief on The Right to Food 2016-2017
SAHRC Research Policy brief 2016-2017 - The Right to Adequate Housing 31 March 2017



Section 184 (3) Report 2012 -13

Section 184(3) Report 2011 - 12

7th Economic and Social Rights 2006 -2009

6th Economic and Social Rights 2006

5th Economic and Social Rights 2002/2003

4th Economic and Social Rights 2000/2002

3rd Economic and Social Rights 1999/2000

2nd Economic and Social Rights 1998/1999

Ist Economic and Social Rights 1997/1998

Annual Reports

General Reports

Submission on Legislation

Section 184(3) Reports

Trends Analysis

PAIA Reports

Strategic Planning

Findings

Hearing Reports

Equality Reports

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The Human Rights Commission is the national institution established to support constitutional democracy. It is committed to promote respect for, observance of and protection of human rights for everyone without fear or favour.

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