WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- lawyers in government, civil society and private practice
- senior managers in relevant national and provincial
- government departments and public entities
- health activists
- health journalists
- health care providers
- anyone else with an interest in understanding or using the law and human rights in responding to the epidemic
WHAT TOPICS WILL BE COVERED?
The course will focus on:
- the history, politics and context of HIV/AIDS in South Africa
- equality and unfair discrimination
- privacy, including confidentiality
- informed consent and testing
- employment law
- quacks, traditional health care and evidence-based medicines
- access to medicines for preventing and treating HIV infection
- criminalisation of harmful HIV-related behaviour
- constitutional Court jurisprudence
Lectures every Monday evening (17h30 – 19h00) from 25 July to 24 October 2011 at the School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
For more information, contact Tummy on 011 356 4100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register, contact Magda on 011 717 8435 or email@example.com.
CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION: FRIDAY 8 JULY 2011
NOTE: The Mandela Institute at the School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand,
Johannesburg reserves the right to withdraw a course from its programme should
registrations not reach viable numbers. In such a case a full refund will be made.