Johannes Eile, Head of the Institute's Department for International Programmes, is giving an opening speech at a workshop on Strengthening Police Oversight and Accountability in Southern Africa, organised in Johannesburg, 4-6 December Read more
To work on a research proposal, to improve advocacy technics and to get feedback on a human rights textbook. Three fellows came on three months scholarships to the Institute to get an opportunity to dive deep into their academic work. Read more
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