Disability Rights Curriculum now available online

The Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria has published a disability rights core curriculum for undergraduates. Aptly named ‘Changing the Landscape Core Curriculum on Disability Rights for Undergraduate Law Students in Africa’.

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Human Rights, Justice and Rule of Law Programme Officer

March 7th, 2016
Through the support of OSF and OSISA the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria has published a disability rights core curriculum for undergraduates. Aptly named ‘Changing the Landscape Core Curriculum on Disability Rights for Undergraduate Law Students in Africa’. The Curriculum has been distributed to our disability rights partner institutions, it is open access and is available here or follow this link . Please feel free to share widely with other institutions that may benefit from this curriculum and would like to engage with teaching of disability rights and we (OSISA/OSF) through the Disability Rights Legal Education project will be happy to advise and support such engagement.
 
Also available online from the Centre for Human Rights is Vol 3 of the African Disability Rights Year Book (2015) successfully initiated and published for the third year in a row with support from OSF/OSISA. The book is available here or follow the here or follow this link
 
 

About the author(s)

Patricia Mwanyisa is a Human Rights, Justice and Rule of Law Programme Officer at OSISA. Her Programme houses OSISA’s general human rights, criminal justice, international justice, disability rights work as well as broader access to justice and rule of law work. Patricia has also worked as an Advisor for GIZ, Zambia. At GIZ she worked on the EU Access to Justice Programme, working extensively with Zambia's key criminal justice institutions and provided technical support and advisory to CSOs.

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