n Law, Democracy & Development - The role of the ICD in dealing with crime and human rights within the SAPS




I am delighted to be able to participate and hopefully contribute to this very important discourse on crime and human rights. This discourse is always timely, but more so in South Africa at this time in our history, when we bask in the international glow of admiration for the gains we have made in the advance of human rights. Let us not forget through complacency or opportunism the pledge we made to the thousands of our generation and those before us who lived and died resisting oppression, that we shall tirelessly exert to the fullest to realise the dream of a dignified life for all, the dream of democracy for the people of this part of the world.


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