International Human Rights and Development
Our lawyers, in a past human rights and development project, have developed the content for a booklet for the Western Cape Department of Education (South Africa) advising on the legislative and human rights framework in South Africa that protects all children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, human rights and the law in South African schools.
Our lawyers have also acted pro bono in assisting the International Legal Resource Centre of the American Bar Association, who, in turn, helped the United Nations Development Programme (Viet Nam office) assist the government of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam by way of conducting a legislative assessment of proposed legislation to be tabled before the Vietnamese parliament that governed that country’s legislative response to addressing the challenges raised by HIV/AIDS in Viet Nam, and the impact thereof on particularly vulnerable groups within Vietnamese society.
We have a bold vision of who we are, where we’re going, and what we strive to achieve. Our genuine commitment to International Human Rights and Development work is central to that vision. We listen. More than that, we understand. We act for vulnerable and marginalised individuals who have had their human rights infringed, as well as for groups, organisations and international aid agencies advocating on behalf of vulnerable and marginalised individuals and communities.
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