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Corporate Liability

The Khulumani lawsuit is highly significant in terms of international human rights law, in particular in the advance of international customary law and the creation of a world of greater social fairness. That is why it is lodged in New York, a city that houses both global corporations and the United Nations. It is a vital test case to ensure that any person anywhere in the world who is violated by a government or a multinational business would have access to redress.


 

Khulumani Associate, Rita Kesselring's New Publication: An Injury to One Is an Injury to All: Class Actions in South African Courts and Their Social Effects on Plaintiffs

DR RITA KESSELRING, A KHULUMANI ASSOCIATE, SHARES HER PAPER ON CLASS ACTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA Rita Kesselring who obtained her Ph D on her work with Khulumani members in the Western Cape, has let us know that her most recent article has just been published. The article focuses on class…
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Invitation to Attend the Screening of the film record of the PLOUGH BACK THE FRUITS Speakers' Tour of April 2016 on Friday 12 August 2016 in Johannesburg

Please join us for a video screening and discussion of the Plough Back the Fruits speakers tour to Europe in April 2016.  This event on Friday 12 August 2016 in Johannesburg aims to begin a discussion about how we can take forward demands for corporate responsibility throughout plantinum’s global corporate chain,…
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Khulumani Submission for the Universal Peer Review at the United Nations of South Africa's Human Rights Performance

Khulumani's Advocacy Team produced this submission to the United Nations Human Rights Council for South Africa's peer review of its human rights performance. Background: The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process is a peer-review mechanism amongst member states of the United Nations. Purpose of the South Africa Civil Society Pre-UPR Consultation:…
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AMANDLA.MOBI Campaign for NASPERS to "PLOUGH BACK" by setting up an independent reparations fund

This latest Amandla.Mobi Campaign calls for the establishment of an independent reparations fund for victims of apartheid-era gross human rights violations - to actively participate in working to complete the unfinished business of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). The campaign can be accessed at https://awethu.amandla.mobi/petitions/naspers-must-pay-for-its-apartheid-role.
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@KhulumaniAfrica

Fri Aug 18 10:23:16 +0000 2017

Being a Khulumani Summer Intern - Bailey Robbins - Week 3 Read more on her blog here:... https://t.co/KWEMIZKL29
Wed Aug 16 11:47:16 +0000 2017

Marking Five Years Sine the Marikana Massacre, 16 August 2017... https://t.co/0bFCtsO0qQ
Wed Aug 16 11:39:09 +0000 2017

POWA app provides emergency services to gender-crime victims... https://t.co/LjO4kDfVqN
Tue Aug 15 06:17:20 +0000 2017

Today the Khulumani women's empowerment workshops commence in Khayelitsha in Cape Town Metro with Khulumani's... https://t.co/KZtkziWsVz

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