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March 2, 2017

Launch: “Confrontations, Complimentary, Co-operative, or Co-opted?: Social Justice Organisations Working with the State”

How do social justice-focused civil society organisations work with the state in South Africa? When is friction good and when is it not? How does government see the role of these organisations and how do their view government? How can relationships between civil society organisations and the state be made to work best to achieve social justice outcomes?

Join us for a panel discussion on these and other questions at the launch of “Confrontations, Complimentary, Co-operative, or Co-opted?: Social Justice Organisations Working with the State”, a report commissioned by the RAITH Foundation.

Panel:
Nomzamo Zondo, Director of Litigation – Socio-Economic Rights Institute
Dr Carin Runciman, Senior Researcher, University of Johannesburg
Dugan Fraser, RAITH Foundation
Government representative, tbc

Date: 16 March
Time: 17.30
Venue: PARI Offices, 26 Rhodes Avenue, Parktown West

Click here for the full report

Click here for the report summary booklet

Click here to see the event details on Facebook