Outcome Report: Justice for Breakfast discussion on Community Paralegals in SA

Stakeholders including Miles Bhudu of the South African Prisoners Organisation for Human Rights discussed the use of community paralegals. (Photo: Hazel Meda)

Stakeholders including Miles Bhudu of the South African Prisoners Organisation for Human Rights discussed the use of community paralegals. (Photo: Hazel Meda)

Following the Justice for Breakfast discussion on community paralegals held earlier this month, the Wits Justice Project and the Wits Graduate School for Public and Development Management’s Crime, Policing and Criminal Justice Programme have released an Outcome Report highlighting the main issues debated.

These include the definition, funding, training and accountability of community paralegals.

Read the “Justice for Breakfast: Community Paralegals in South Africa Outcome report”.

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