“Dialogue for Social Change” Interrogates the Role of Law and the Media in Responding to Xenophobia

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The media’s portrayal of xenophobic attacks was one of the controversial issues discussed, together with questions around the role and the rule of law and justice, on the second day of the “Dialogue for Social Change” seminar, hosted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation at the Protea Hotel Parktonian.

During a session entitled “Truth-Seeking, Migration and Social Justice”, issues of the rule of law in the context of migration and human rights were discussed by the panellists and audience.

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