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TuksCricket claims another USSA Trophy
Christo Parsons
Gelaai op 12 Dec 2011

TuksCricket is the 2011 USSA Champion!

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Third World Human Rights Moot Court Competition 8 to 9 December 2011
Elzet Hurter
Gelaai op 12 Dec 2011

On 8 and 9 December 2011, the Third World Human Rights Moot Court Competition was hosted by the University of Pretoriaís Faculty of Law, with the support of the Regional Office for Southern Africa of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (ROSA).

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Latest NRF-ratings for three staff members make Faculty proud
Elzet Hurter
Gelaai op 12 Dec 2011

Professors Johan van der Vyver and Danny Bradlow and Dr Magnus Killander, from the Faculty of Law recently received their new NRF ratings.

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Engaging with and learning from NTT
GIBS News
Gelaai op 09 Dec 2011

Key Japanese companies such as Toyota, Canon, Nippon Steel Corporation and Toshiba believe their future is to stay Japanese but to expand outside Japan.

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Tourism research knows no boundaries
Richard Wyllie
Gelaai op 15 Mar 2013

Representatives from the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies and the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology were invited to present their research findings of a study at a Research Colloquium of the National Department of Tourism (NDT) on 12 March 2013 in Johannesburg.

This signified the completion of the first phase of a research project entitled, ĎUnderstanding the Concept of Cross-Border Guiding in Southern Africaí which was commissioned by the NDT.

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Students graduate with Master of Laws degrees in human rights
Martin Nsibirwa
Gelaai op 13 Dec 2012

The University of Pretoria held a graduation ceremony on International Human Rights Day (10 December 2012). The graduation ceremony was the culmination of a week of events organised by the Centre for Human Rights which included a conference on ending mass atrocities in Africa, the fourth World Human Rights Moot Court Competition as well as celebrating the African Commission on Human and Peoplesí Rightsí award to the Centre for Human Rights.

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International conference focuses on ending mass atrocities in Africa
Dan Kuwali
Gelaai op 12 Dec 2012

The Centre for Human Rights, in collaboration with the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria, convened an international conference from 6 to 7 December 2012, under the overarching theme, Article 4(h) @ 10: How to End Mass Atrocities in Africa.

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World Human Rights Moot Court promotes global collaboration and exchange
Armand Tanoh
Gelaai op 12 Dec 2012

The fourth World Human Rights Moot Court Competition was held from 7 to 10 December at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. The objective of the World Human Rights Moot Court Competition is to promote cooperation and collaboration between law faculties from around the world, while also facilitating exchanges between universities from various backgrounds and legal systems.

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Fourth World Human Rights Moot Court Competition held at UP
Wesley Timm
Gelaai op 10 Dec 2012

On 7 December 2012 the fourth World Moot Court Competition began with an exciting and eventful opening ceremony, in which participants expressed their diversity by dressing in their respective countriesí traditional costumes. Sixteen teams from the five UN regions were invited to attend the competition.

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Call for Applications for the Global Economic Governance Capacity Building Workshop for Government Officials and Researchers
Yolanda Booyzen
Gelaai op 06 Dec 2012

The International Development Law Unit, Centre for Human Rights, a key advocacy organisation for human rights in Africa, together with the South African Institute for International Affairs, leading foreign policy research institute on the African continent, invite government officials to apply for a capacity building workshop on: Global Economic Governance: A Focus on African Countries.

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