n South African Journal on Human Rights - What I have learned : concluding remarks




I am incredibly grateful to the organisers, and to the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) School of Law for having hosted the exciting Workshop on Constitution-Making as a Learning Process? from 4 to 7 August 2010 and for the Bram Fischer Fellowship granted to me for the month of August. The workshop and the time in South Africa gave me the opportunity to meet and to repeatedly address a distinguished group of lawyers and scholars. I was particularly pleased to meet activists who were closely involved with a political transition that I consider exemplary and would like to refer to as South Africa's negotiated 'post-sovereign' constitution-making process.


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