On Tuesday 21 March Human Rights Day was observed. There's something to be said for marking days, where they are treated as more than rituals. There is some value where they are used pedagogically to explain and engage with the history and meanings of human rights in South Africa or the continued denial of many of these human rights to people today.
Professor Raymond Suttner unpacks part one of his column 'We need to celebrate and engage meanings of human rights as part of recovering democratic life'.
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