Conflict and Fundamental Rights: Can Afghanistan Learn From South Africa?

January 30, 2017

This briefing paper is based on a full research report that explores the ways in which South African civil society and government actors engage on attempts to protect and uphold fundamental human rights, with the aim of eliciting comparative lessons with potential practical relevance for the context of Afghanistan and other emerging democracies.This brief explores state-civil society interface across the four key areas of education, health, corruption, and the rights of migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

Authors:   Pugh Sarah
Research Fields:   Briefs Human Security