CHRISTMAS CLOSURE
15 December 2016
Kindly note that SAHA offices will be closed as from 15 December 2016 and will reopen on 3 January 2017
SAHA reflects on this year's campaign with a selection of posters from its archives. These posters, produced from 1984 to 1997 before the adoption of the campaign, carry the same strong message and urgent call to end violence against women and children.
We highlight requests submitted throughout the year, not yet featured in a story, for insight into the length and breadth of our Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (PAIA) requests in 2016.
The SAHA reading room will be closed to visiting researchers from 12 December 2016 until 9 January 2017
SAHA is looking for recent South African graduates with a keen interest in activism and struggles for justice and accountability in South Africa to apply for upcoming internship opportunities at SAHA.
A member of the SAHA archival team attended a workshop on preventative conservation and handling of collection items. The workshop was held by experts in curation of paper, metal and collection planning. The team member reports back on some of the inform
We highlight requests submitted throughout the year, not yet featured in a news story, for insight into the length and breadth of our access to information requests made in 2016
The collection of the month features the Forced Migration Studies Programme on Xenophobic Violence collection (AL3286). The collection consists of edited transcripts of oral history interviews that were collected by the Forced Migration Studies Programme
Representatives of the FOIP team attended the public session of the LRC and INCLO privacy rights conference with the highlight being an online audience with Edward Snowden.
Sometimes when asserting the right of access to information it is necessary to turn to the courts. SAHA provides an update on its current litigious matters.