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PULP book launch and panel discussion - 'Making the road by walking'

Merensky Library Auditorium, Hatfield Campus, University of Pretoria
18/04/2018
17:00
A recent PULP publication, 'Making the road by walking', considers the contribution of eight of the judges who served on the Constitutional Court, headed by Chief Justice Arthur Chaskalson, and who were still alive and no longer served on the Court in 2013.
They are Justices Ackermann, Goldstone, Kriegler, Mokgoro, O’Regan, Sachs, Skweyiya and Yacoob. They were all appointed by then President Nelson Mandela. 'Making the road by walking' is edited by three members of the Human Sciences Research Council’s Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery Programme (Narnia Bohler-Muller, Michael Cosser and Gary Pienaar).
 
This book will be launched at the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria (UP), on 18 April 2018, as South Africa and the rest of the world honour the birth-year of the iconic Nelson Mandela 100 years ago. On this occasion, the editors and some of the authors of chapters on the various Justices will reflect on the character and thinking of these Judges, as concretised in their judgments. 
 
In addition, Justice Van der Westhuizen, who served on the Court between and 2004 and 2016, and Prof Ann Skelton, Director of the Centre of Child Law, at UP, who often appeared before the Court, will place the Chaskalson Court’s contribution in current perspective, and discuss it in the light of ongoing challenges to the constitutional project.    
 
RSVP: PLEASE CLICK HERE TO RSVP ONLINE BEFORE 13 APRIL 2018 
 
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