Judge Albie Sachs on Disability Rights in Post-Apartheid South Africa
As part of National Disability Month, Disability Rights Activism public lecture was hosted by the Gauteng government focusing on the formation of the disability rights movement in South Africa.
Former Constitutional Court of South Africa Judge and Disability rights activist and former anti-apartheid activist will be delivering a keynote address at the lecture, on the struggle for equality for people living with disabilities in the post-apartheid South Africa at Wits University (Education campus) on the 9th November 2015.
Justice Albie Sachs chats to 702's John Robbie about understanding disability as a human rights issue.
Listen to the conversation below:
For more details on the Disability Rights Activism Public lecture, click here.
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