Promoting Human Rights & Rule of Law in South Africa
27 July, 2012
On Monday 30 July 2012, the High Court in Namibia is due to issue its judgment in a landmark case challenging the coerced sterilisation of three HIV-positive women. The three women alleged that they were sterilised without their informed consent in violation of their rights under common law and the Constitution of Namibia.
You can read more about the case here.
SALC will be providing regular updates from the courtroom via twitter (@Follow_SALC) and this blog. We would love to hear your thoughts, so please post your comments here or on twitter.
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