Volume: Volume 15 - 2011
Article type: Forum contribution
Author/s: Kollapen, Jody
The author argues that, when one turns to the subject of South Africa's state reporting in relation to international human rights law, three issues consistently come to light: delays in the submission of reports; problems with their content; and lack of consultation in their development.
To address these issues the author supports the establishment of a governmental-civil society forum to 'provide the basis both for constructive dialogue and greater coordination in how civil society engages with the international and regional human rights system'.Click to view and download article