Internationally renowned human rights legal specialist Professor Sandra Liebenberg, from Stellenbosch University in South Africa, will deliver this year's Australian Human Rights Centre Annual Public Lecture.
Professor Liebenberg, who is the HF Oppenheimer Chair in Human Rights Law, will discuss the role of the South African Constitutional Court in transforming the rights of South African citizens.
Professor Liebenberg has a long history of research and advocacy in human rights, having previously founded the Socio-Economic Rights Project and the Community Law Centre at the University of the Western Cape. She also served on the Technical Committee advising the Constitutional Assembly on the Bill of Rights for the 1996 South African Constitution.
Prior to the lecture, a short documentary will be shown featuring Justice Albie Sachs conducting a tour of the South African Constitutional Court.
What: Professor Sandra Liebenberg, Stellenbosch University, delivers the 2007 Australian Human Rights Centre Annual Public Lecture
When: 6pm (for a 6:30pm start), Thursday 4 October 2007
Where: Law Auditorium, Law Building, UNSW (near Anzac Parade)
Cost: $25/ $10 Concession
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