'Celebrating Africa Day': Public lecture
By Yolanda Booyzen
Posted on 17 May 2011
On 25 May 1963, the leaders of the independent African states established the first African intergovernmental organisation; the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). The OAU was tranformed into the African Union (AU), which was inaugurated in Durban 2002.
CANCELLED / GEKANSELLEER
AFRICA DAY CELEBRATION
Unfortunately, Dr Sallah was, at the last minute, undable to come to South Africa. We therefore regret to inform all those interested that the public lecture has been cancelled.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
The Centre for Human Rights
wishes you an excellent Africa Day, and encourage all Africans to reflect on the meaning of being an
‘African’, on the ties that bind us all as Africans and on the ways in which we may contribute to making Africa a better place for its people.
Dr Salah Hammad, based at the African Union’s Department of Political Affairs in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, will provide an analysis of the African Union’s role in human rights in contemporary Africa.
Date: Wednesday 25 May 2011
Time: 12:30 to 14:00
Venue: Moot Court Room, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
RSVP: Kindly confirm your attendance by Tuesday 24 May 2011 by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enquiries: Hannie Pretorius +27 12 420 3810
Kindly visit www.chr.up.ac.za for more information on the Centre for Human Rights.